Islay Storm Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 40%
Product details
Islay Storm
£35.95
In stock, get it tomorrow (Fri)
Country Scotch Whisky
Region Islay Whisky
Distillery/Brand Islay Storm
Bottler C.S. James and Sons Ltd.
Style Single Malt Whisky

Islay Storm

An Islay single malt from a secret distillery, Islay Storm has loads of peaty character.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Peat smoke, oily, briny, some malt.

Palate Sweet rush initially, then onto medicinal peat and seaweed, some bourbon notes, spices, custard.

Finish Smoke, long and spiced.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Silver Outstanding
Silver Outstanding
Scotch Single Malt - Islay - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Islay Storm
Does what it says on the tin
If, like I do, you come on here to decide whether or not to buy something, I can tell you that if you like Islay whisky, then you will like this.
Stuart , Japan
8 months ago
Great taste and value
My regular is Port Charlotte, but when I think about the difference of 59.95 for Port Charlotte vs Islay Storm for 19.99 I think I can have my first one of PC and then continue with Islay Storm. Great value and taste.
Mike , United States
one year ago
Lovely malt
Lovely easy drinking malt peat and smoke on the nose and slightly spicy and sweet on the palate
Graham , United Kingdom
one year ago
Dont like it when I run out
Talisker with less brine and salt? Oily bit thin palate growa in waves with a long lingering wave of smoke, dark salted caramel and a hint of liquorice. Just dont want to be without it. I like Laphroaig and Arbeg but this cheaper and less aggresive. The perfect opposite to Fruity orchard and citrus packed dram
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
As a scotch 4 stars but based on price 5
Top value. Light but smoky. Have tasted better but not at this price.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
As good as any $60 Islay
Was very surprised with its clear Islay taste. I'll save the Ardbeg for myself and share this with my cigar buddies. I give it 4 stars as a scotch, but it's a 10 for the price.
Jac Higgins , United States
2 years ago
A little too young to have much character, but pretty good for the price
Not bad. A little too young to have much character, but pretty good for the price (~$25 at Trader Joe's). Of course here in Kentucky you can find a better American whiskey for $25, Old Grand-dad Bonded bourbon is superb, but in this environment $25 for a single malt scotch is a steal. (In NYC I'd think somebody must've stolen it.) If this is what a "generic" Islay is like it's too bad my budget won't cover better (or at least pricier) examples of the species; I've seen 2 or 3 big-name Islays at various local Liquor Barns, but so far comparisons are silly.
David , United States
2 years ago
Heaven in a glass!
Better than Laphroaig! A gorgeous whisky, cut with less water than I usually take or it goes 'thin'. The aroma is heavenly and the taste does not disappoint. Great value. Stunning. Ambrosia.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
So custardy
The custard taste is so obviously Bird's.
Boris J , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Unsurpassed at the price. It's a 'light' peaty Islay, a more mellow dram when one doesn't want an Ardbeg, Laphroig or Lagavulin. Definitely one to use to introduce whisky drinkers to a bit of peat.
Unsurpassed at the price. A 'light' peaty Islay, a more mellow dram when one doesn't want an Ardbeg, Laphroig or Lagavulin. Definitely one to use to introduce whisky drinkers to a bit of peat.
CYRIL N K , United States
3 years ago