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The Six Isles Batch Strength

(70cl, 58%)

The Six Isles Batch Strength

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Six Isles Batch Strength Bottling Note

A Batch Strength variation of The Six Isles blended malt, produced by Ian Macleod. This expression is built upon a blend of whiskies from six Scottish islands, and has been bottled at a hefty 58% ABV. The bumped-up strength has helped to bolster the maritime notes, as well as the vibrantly fruity hints too, making for a satisfying sipper.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Bonfires on beaches, strawberries and cream, a smidge of cumin powder spiciness.

Palate: Salty peat smoke, fresh lime, green apple, banana, vanilla, digestive biscuits, black pepper.

Finish: Long and smoky.

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Six Isles Batch Strength Reviews

Will never purchase this item again.

First taste leaves you wondering what you put in your mouth, very sharp, not much hint of malt, not a palatable drink at all.

23rd July 2021

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