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Green Isle

(70cl, 40%)

Green Isle

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Green Isle Bottling Note

Green Isle is a smoky blended Scotch whisky featuring a core of Islay malt, alongside Speyside malt and Lowland grain whiskies chosen to complement the aforementioned Islay spirit. An approachable blend, boasting smoky depth as well as light fruit and fragrant barley. From the makers of The Character of Islay Whisky Company, this expression takes its name from early descriptions of Islay, as well as from the title of novelist Neil Gunn's book The Green Isle of the Great Deep, which talks of an island off the west coast of Scotland only accessible via a whirlpool. That sound familiar to you...?

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Softly toasted barley, warming oak, honey glazed apples and cut grass.

Palate: Vanilla pod earthiness builds on the palate, paired with coastal peat, pear drops and crushed peppercorns.

Finish: Lingering wafts of dry smoke and buttery biscuits.

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Green Isle Reviews

Thank you!

Bought this after reading a review on The Dramble and it’s absolutely excellent. Big, balanced, outdoorsy islay-tinged blend. Peerless at the pricepoint and a new regular on my whisky shelf.

21st July 2020

Dangerously drinkable!

Very gently earthy peat smoke as on the nose, bit of berries, apple and black pepper. Hints of cereals and malts as well, the sea breeze from the nose blows less strong in here yet a pinch of saltiness remains. Perfect dram to start a maritime/peat evening, extremely accessible and a tad sweet with a growing fruit basket that seems to get silkier by the sip.

Well satisfying, enjoyable, accessible and ever with a good Islay character representation as the company’s name claims. Well worth the money, bang for buck!

9th July 2020

Great all-rounder

Earthy, sweet, floral, rich, deep, layered... my whisky collector mate compared it to Highland Park "the great all-rounder". Haven't spent a better £30 on whisky this year and will happily do so again to support this indie blender.

29th May 2020

May ,,,14 2020

Very good blended whisky smooth and a good taste for the price a good buy any day cheers

14th May 2020


I challenge you to find a more enjoyable Whisky. So easy drinking that you'll be thinking there's a leak in the bottom. Neat or a refreshing highball, it does both. A great introduction to Islay for the peat curious.

14th May 2020

The blend I've been looking for.

Sssssssssssshhhhhh! They'll all want it!
So good, I was tempted to keep it quiet! I miss the "old" Black Bottle blend and this has all the beautiful Islay flavour that I remember in B.B. Where it excells is in it's smoothness.
Just delicious.

29th April 2020

A new classic

When I first tasted this I was immediately reminded of the old style, and excellent Black Bottle 10 Year Old. A beautiful balance of Speyside and Islay that takes you on a journey across Scotland. You'll be wanting to come back again and again!

14th February 2020

Whisky for drinking

This is classic drinkers whisky - beautifully balanced easy drinking loveliness. Buy more than one bottle because it won’t lost long.

4th February 2020

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