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Caol Ila Feis Ile 2015

(70cl, 57.3%)

Caol Ila Feis Ile 2015

Caol Ila Feis Ile 2015 Bottling Note

Distilled in 1998 and matured in American oak, Moscatel casks and finally old Sherry puncheons, the 2015 Fèis Ìle bottling was bottled at a natural cask strength of 57.3% abv.

This bottle was part of a private collection - if you'd like more detailed photos just get in touch!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Warming citrus, star anise, Malmsey and sweet peat.

Palate: Great entry, earthy and smoky, becoming much more vinous.

Finish: Pepper, red fruit and dark spice.

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Caol Ila Feis Ile 2015 Reviews

Worth a regular trip to Islay just for this Scotch.

One word describes this whisky for me - WOW!
Scotch is my favourite whisky, Islay is my favourite whisky region, and this is my favourite Islay whisky. A nose so rich and complex, I could sit just sniffing it for a long long time and almost forget to taste, but when I do the taste is as complex and long as the nose. Like a good wasabi it creates waves of sensation through to the back of your skull.
Just a drop on the front of the tongue and it spreads, warms going on and on.

19th October 2019

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