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Octomore Masterclass_08.2 8 Year Old (No Tube)

(70cl, 58.4%)

Octomore Masterclass_08.2 8 Year Old (No Tube)

Octomore Masterclass 08.2 Bottling Note

An Octomore single malt from Bruichladdich which was originally released for the Travel Retail market. This heavily peated expression was aged for 8 years, though it wasn't just a simple one cask style maturation - the first 6 years were in one of three types of wine cask (French Mourvedre, Austrian sweet wine or French Sauternes).

Please Note: This bottle comes without the presentation tube.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fennel, smoky black tea, redcurrants dusted with ground ginger and cinnamon, a touch of floral barley.

Palate: Red fruit notes still dominate, but the classic peat heat build and builds on the palate.

Finish: Oily walnut, strawberry, bonfire embers.

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Octomore Masterclass_08.2 8 Year Old (No Tube) Reviews

Smoky fruit delicious dram

Having drunk through Octamore 7.3 in double quick time, originally expecting it to be a slow sipper, special occasion whisky, I picked up a bottle of the 8.2 just last week to replace it. This 8.2 surpasses the 7.3, this Octamore drinking could be getting to be a dangerously expensive habit/obsession.

I'm no red wine drinker, but the fruit on the palate goes beautifully with the peat, creating a perfect balance. Knowing that the original bottle won't last long, I have already within the week bought a spare 8.2 to sit alongside the original. With the 8.2 being this good I might have to check out the 9.2 when I next fly.

29th January 2019

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