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Islay Storm

(70cl, 40%)

Islay Storm

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Islay Storm Bottling Note

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.

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Islay Storm Reviews

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.

3rd January 2021

So custardy

The custard taste is so obviously Bird's.

30th October 2020

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.

13th October 2020

Incredible for the price

For the money this is hard to beat. One of my favourites.

1st July 2020

Great value for money, gotta love peaty, smokey whisky

Love it. Great Islay character, and amazing value at $20 at Trader Joe's in the USA - maybe they have an exclusive but has been available in Boston and Brookline MA TJs for years and bought one today, so it is available

23rd May 2020

Good Islay, I rate it up there with Ardbeg, Laphroig etc

Bloody good. Love it

15th May 2020

I wish I could buy it locally

my daughter brought it back from her tip to Edinburgh. I wish she had bought more than one!! Love it

9th April 2020

Need it in U.S.--please resume distribution!

LOOOOOOOOOVE IT! Please make it available in the U.S. again. I am going into withdrawal...

16th November 2019

Absolutely best I have tasted in a long time.

Had it once and can’t forget the Smokey peaty taste. Far too easy to drink! Wish it was easily available in Australia. Might convert some of the ‘single malt’ snobs to a real whisky.

17th April 2019

Experienced Islay whisky fans will not run to T.J.'s, even at $19.99.

Typical Islay peaty nose, with a lot of Blended Scotch undertones. Weak @ 80 Proof, and the peat is much less pronounced on the palate. I'm in full agreement with the other taster who said "If Dewars White Label was given a peating". I was looking for a way to describe the taste and that just about hits it on the nose, pun intended. But @ $20 a bottle it's not bad for what it is. I'll stick to my Laphroaig, though.

11th April 2019

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