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Finlaggan Red Wine Cask

(70cl, 46%)

Finlaggan Red Wine Cask

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Finlaggan Red Wine Cask Bottling Note

Another addition to the Finlaggan single malt family, this particular expression was distilled on Islay and matured exclusively in red wine hogsheads. The casks were sourced from the Rioja region in the Basque country in Spain, adding an extra fruity dimension to the heavily peated Island whisky. It was bottled at 46% ABV without chillfiltering, in a release of 7,000 bottles.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Smoky and peaty aromas intertwined with lovely sweet red berries as well as dried fruit and a hint of oaky vanilla.

Palate: A salty savoury note of smoked meat against a backdrop of sweet fruit, made up of plum jam, red grapes, orange marmalade and more berries, shrouded by earthy peat smoke.

Finish: Sweet malt and grape skin supported by bonfire smoke on a lingering finish.

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Finlaggan Red Wine Cask Reviews

Decent whisky from Islay

This whisky is not bad at all, but in my opinion way too overpriced. Where I live I can buy Ardbeg 10, Laphroaig 10
or Caol Ila 12 for less money. This Finlaggan is fully matured in red wine casks, but I can not smell or taste any red wine influence here. Perhaps the casks that they used were second or third fill, but who knows? Nonetheless it is still very drinkable whisky and worth a try. Cheers!!

8th November 2020

July 24 ,2020

A good strong taste with a bit of a kick strong on the nose worth a try cheers

24th July 2020

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