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Staoisha 5 Year Old 2013 - Strictly Limited (Càrn Mòr)

(70cl, 47.5%)

Staoisha 5 Year Old 2013 - Strictly Limited (Càrn Mòr)

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Staoisha 5yo 2013 Bottling Note

Here we have a five year old Staoisha, which is what a peated Bunnahabhain is called! It was distilled on Islay in 2013 and left in a sherry butt for its entire maturation. Càrn Mòr bottled the smoky whisky in 2019, with an outturn of 681 bottles at 47.5% ABV.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Brown sugar, smoked dried fruit and bonfire ash.

Palate: Maritime saltiness appears, with malt cereal, smoky sea air and stewed orchard fruit.

Finish: Sherry influence on the finish with a pinch of mineral saltiness.

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Staoisha 5 Year Old 2013 - Strictly Limited (Càrn Mòr) Reviews

Refreshing choice which lies between the peat monsters of Islay, the light earthy ones from the lowlands with a pinch of fruity spirit.

I had the luck to taste this fine malt, but only just a dram of it. Relatively young but surprisingly complex in flavour. The only thing I would like to emphasis is the suprising "mentholy" taste which renders this drink a cold, refreshing feeling and somehow dampens the strengh of that 47,5°ABV.

29th September 2020

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