Nose: Dark and pungent, charcoal. Slightly phenolic, hint of tar. Oily, touch of dry ropes.
Palate: Supple, full, rich peat, sweet, tangy fruit, wood.
Finish: Long, spice, blossom, herbal.
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An excellent whisky. Salty sea-air, briney, oily and a touch of ginger. Imagine what it would have been like at 46% and unchillfiltered! Still, a lovely outdoor dram on a bracing day.
12th January 2012
Honestly I got this one blind. I was interested in the history of Campbeltown and wanted to try something new... I wasn't expecting much more than a run of the mill 12 yr, but I got a nicely peated maritime dram with a lingering finish that seemed more aged than 12 years. This won't be my last bottle.
15th November 2011