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A single cask Caol Ila, bottled by the world-famous London wine merchants, Berry Brothers and Rudd. This was distilled in 1982 and aged in cask 6510 for 29 years before bottling in 2011, un-chillfiltered and at natural cask strength. Great stuff…
Nose: Oily and coastal with notes of butterscotch, iodine, sea spray and gentle peat smoke, a touch of caramel, cold ashes and maybe a hint of paraffin.
Palate: Woody and spiced, lapsang souchong, grapeseed oil, cereals, grist, salt on a lemon wedge, olive oil and black pepper. Gentle wood smoke and malt.
Finish: Long and tangy with crisp, dry fruits and woodsmoke.
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Lots of peat smoke on the nose. Unexpectedly tangy flavour - as though it's been infused with lime. Smoke, again. With a little water, plum and pear skin aroma. The flavour is unlike any whisky I've tried - richly fruity, with a little caramel and some bitterness. Later, saltiness. Really amazing - a new dimension.
11th November 2012