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Islay Single Malt - As We Get It (Ian Macleod) (61.3%)

(70cl, 61.3%)

Islay Single Malt - As We Get It (Ian Macleod) (61.3%)

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Islay As We Get It 61.3% Bottling Note

From Ian Macleod's As We Get It series comes a cask strength single malt Scotch whisky from the isle of Islay, renowned for its peaty whiskies. This has been bottled at 61.3% ABV, so it likely could stand to be enjoyed with a drop of water or two.

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Islay Single Malt - As We Get It (Ian Macleod) (61.3%) Reviews

Great whiskey from Edinburgh

We went to Dundee to visit our son and as always we take a night or two in Edinburgh. As always we went to the whiskey experience and I always buy a bottle of the best whiskey in my taste " as we get it". Next time I'm going to try the Highland from Ian Macleod. Thanks for a great whiskey with alot of tar taste, just love it! 💓

6th January 2017

Best of both worlds

Lot's of smoke! Lot's of malty sweetness!
My first guess was the distillery with the big A located near to Port Ellen and I think this is the right assumption. Just take a dram of the A... 10y.

However, this one here tastes much younger but I a good way...
The CS is awesome too, I could drink the whole bottle now since this one is so much fun!

27th December 2016


Very Islay add a little water great value

29th October 2016

smoother than expected

actually its not like ether and it wont hurt you. its smoother than most standard stuff. you can add a bit of water if you really must, but not much. I am really enjoying it myself and as a veteran quality malt drinker I would recommend it any day. it doesn't taste too young, isn't fire water and it isn't furry in the mouth...its nice.

2nd July 2016

Brace yourself...

I tried the eye-watering ether-like 57.1% cask strength - which was like being punched in the nose by a Scotsman who gives you big sloppy kiss afterwards; disorientating and slightly painful but you're left with a big smile on your face nonetheless - so God knows what this one's like at over 60%!

4th September 2015

Not for wee wimps

I can safely say I have never had a dram anything quite like this. This makes Laphroaig seem like a light lowland number. Massive, HUGE smoky peaty nose with an almost overpowering smokiness - a damp thick sweet smoke of the like I have never had before. there is a real distinct note of pear as well but massive smoke dominates. The palate is sweet with the same thick smoky overtones and a hint of vanilla and the finish is persistent mellowing into a warm slightly peppery with a touch of brine and earthy with the smoke still lingering right until the sweet end.. its a tad green and tastes quite young but there is a complex oaky depth behind all the smoke. Really benefits from a decent amount of water adding to it. Ill probably let it sit for a few days and see how it settles but first impressions have slightly take me aback

21st July 2015

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