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Caol Ila 5 Year Old 2010 (cask 11321) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 46%)

Caol Ila 5 Year Old 2010 (cask 11321) - Provenance (Douglas Laing)
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Caol Ila 5yo 2010 #11321 Bottling Note

An indie bottling of 5 year old Caol Ila single malt, drawn from a refill hogshead which was filled on the Isle of Islay in December 2010 and emptied in August 2016. This is yet another tasty bottling from Douglas Laing's Provenance range - only 476 bottles were produced.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Smoky peat, linseed oil and a little hint of green pears.

Palate: Camphor, sharp fruit sweetness, vanilla ice cream.

Finish: Sooty smoke and charred oak.

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Caol Ila 5 Year Old 2010 (cask 11321) - Provenance (Douglas Laing) Reviews

An interesting Caol Ila

Damp grass and a salty sweetness on the nose, and the palate in my opinion, is smokey but not overwhelmingly so. It might be a bit spikey due to the young age but the finish certainly makes up for that; smoke, peat and soot. Overall, this definitely has the usual Caol Ila-style characteristics but without the viscousity and waxiness/oiliness common in the 12 year old. An interesting version of Caol Ila for sure!

16th August 2019

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