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This is English whisky with a difference! This is the first ever peated English single malt, and it tastes incredible. Its power and balance belie its years. This was distilled in May 2007 and bottled in May 2010.
Nose: Oily and quite robust. Smoky bacon. Hints of sticking plasters, some toffee. A sort of Caol Ila nose, nice gristy sweetness. A touch tropical with a little papaya and coconut ice, then a hint of nougat.
Palate: Sweet and very rounded, almost a hint of white chocolate. Very interesting smoke, has a lovely heat to it, reminds us of striking up a match, so thick and creamy, and very, very malty. Notes of vanilla, and butterscotch angel delight.
Finish: Nutmeg, cardamom, very good length, and much more fire power that belies its 46% abv. Hints of creamy iced coffee, then hints of agave.
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I'm scottish and had my reservations about trying this. I can now say I am pleasantly surprised at how complex the flavours actually are, very nice would recommend
8th February 2013
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21st December 2011
ONLY JUST OK, NOTHING TO GET EXCITED , DRANK HALF OF THE BOTTLE, LEFT THE REMAINDER FOR A MONTH AND WHEN I DRANK IT AGAIN IT HAD A STRONG CHEMICALLY TASTE, NOT MY IDEA OF A MALT,AND AT £40 NO THANKS..
11th October 2011
Just had this last night (got the MoM offer of a free London Porter which I have yet to try), cracking smooth dram.
12th October 2010
Surprisingly astringent and coastal aromas, which bear more than a passing resemblance to Laphroaig (although not as pungent). Briny and subtly peaty, developing a slight floral top note. Underneath there is a depth of youthful cereal/ barley with a hint of honey and the oak adding a burnt toffee/ caramel/ coffee nuance.Slightly oily with an Irish softness and plenty of sweet, chewy malt along with an almost grainy nip. A touch of floral marc gives away its age as the delicate peat fires up, becoming more coastal and floral on the middle. The finish shows the clean underpinning oak structure although it does grip quite tightly at the end, giving a peppery-bitter finale. Just like in the Chapter 6, it is evolving well and quiet quickly. The oak is only now starting to add character as opposed to taking away, although just like in the Chapter 6 it does bitter out the finish.
8th July 2010