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Blairmhor 8 Year Old

(70cl, 40%)

Blairmhor 8 Year Old

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Blairmhor 8 Bottling Note

Blairmhor is an 8 year old blend of around 20 different single malts, mostly from Speyside.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is rich and full with notes of dried mixed peels and malted barley. There are hints of smoke and a gentle peat. The palate is quite full and well-balanced. There are notes of spice and peat with a little barley and honey. The finish is long and malty with oak and honey.

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Blairmhor 8 Year Old Reviews

A great whisky for an 8yr old!.

Value for money right here not to different from Glen moray 12yr old but more complex in my opinion and at the price point its hard to past!.

27th January 2018

I paid $40 but that's RRP at a bottlo

It is a satisfying blend of naughty but nice, best served on the rocks with a small dash of ginger ale.

20th December 2017


nice complex whisky on the tastebuds and nose, old honey, mint and bowmore style elegant sweet rubber, with a fine hint of greasy oily peat swamp forest finish, truly a Moorland.

6th March 2015

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