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Octomore 6 Year Old 2008 (cask 5716) - Rivesaltes Cask (Rest & Be Thankful)

(70cl, 64.1%)

Octomore 6 Year Old 2008 (cask 5716) - Rivesaltes Cask (Rest & Be Thankful)

Octomore '08 R&BT Bottling Note

An independent bottling from the Rest & Be Thankful Whisky Company of 6 year old Octomore single malt Scotch whisky from the Bruichladdich distillery. This heavily peated dram was distilled in March 2008 and bottled in November 2014. Just 302 bottles were produced from the Rivesaltes wine cask, with no chill-filtration or added colours.

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Octomore 6 Year Old 2008 (cask 5716) - Rivesaltes Cask (Rest & Be Thankful) Reviews

Like being at an old wooden amusement park at night, eating eggs-Benedict, while the children enjoy sweet candy floss and salty popcorn

Wow! It’s like a three-course-meal of a dram. On the nose, there's salted butter, Hollandaise sauce, cured meats, icing sugar, wax, damp dusty wood, fresh leather, sherbet, pear skin, refreshers and fragrant resin. The palate smacks of sweet and oily pine resin, basil and honeydew melon. It develops into formidably drying earthy peat smoke, alongside toasted oak, sea salt, lime juice, ginger and vanilla cream. The sweetness dies down to leave salty and savoury cheese crackers, with earthy peat. After a few minutes, it feels like you could pick it out of your teeth!

16th February 2015

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