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Caol Ila 15 Year Old 2000 Unpeated (Special Release 2016)

(70cl, 61.5%)

Caol Ila 15 Year Old 2000 Unpeated (Special Release 2016)
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Caol Ila 15yo Unpeated Bottling Note

Another year and another excellent unpeated Caol Ila for the Special Releases. This is the first of these unusual Islay malts to have been distilled this millennium, being filled into refill American oak hogsheads and refill European oak butts back in the year 2000.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Very creamy with milk bottle sweets, subtle citrus and hints of butterscotch.

Palate: Warming and a little more toffee'd now with hedgerow greenery and fruit.

Finish: Milk chocolate and soft oak provide a clean finish.

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User Reviews of the Caol Ila 15 Year Old 2000 Unpeated (Special Release 2016)

Complete Delight

Nose: Slight woody nose with apples, pears, slightly sweet and delightful.
Taste: no water, Peppery, some cinnamon, tart cherry's, baked apples, a very faint hint of peat smoke.
With water, wood is subdued, Brighter apples and pears and grapes, icing, slight floral notes.
Taste: Cinnamon, pepper, over ripe apples, acidic, slight bitter, iced cake, a bit confusing.
Finish: Long and dramatic. goes though stages of sweet to aromatic to bitter and then the oak woods settle in. Dry and lingering.

9th April 2017

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