Isle of Harris - The Hearach Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 46%
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Isle of Harris - The Hearach
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Country Scotch Whisky
Region Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Isle of Harris
Style Single Malt Whisky

Isle of Harris Hearach

The first legal whisky from the Isle of Harris is here! The Hearach single malt whisky was made using soft Outer Hebridean waters from the Abhainn Cnoc a ’Charrain, which runs over the oldest rocks on earth, and 100% Scottish Concerto barley that was lightly peated at 12-15ppm using peat cut by hand at 'Cleite Mhòr', an area of South Harris where peat has been harvested for generations. This Scotch also benefits from a long fermentation that runs for up to five days, as well as maturation for at least five years in three cask types, Fino butts, first-fill bourbon, and oloroso sherry casks. The island's unique climate will also play a big role in the profile of The Hearach, which was bottled at 46% ABV without chill-filtration or any additional colouring.

Please note: There are various batches of this whisky within our stock, unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee which batch you will receive, but we can guarantee that they're all equally delicious!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Beach bonfires, orchard fruits, ginger, vanilla, and floral honey.

Palate Scottish tablet, apples, nutty malt, clotted cream, and gentle peat smoke.

Finish Bright and delicately smoky.

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Reviews for Isle of Harris - The Hearach
Long Awaited Harris Malt Whisky
Just purchased batch 8 of this and after all the hype I am underwhelmed to say the least.I was maybe wrongly expecting a lot more.I know it was going to be lightly peated but for me it is lacking depth and character.I certainly have had better bottlings from newer distilleries eg Torabhaig hope it's spelled right and Lindores Abbey ,along with Ardnamurchan.Work in progress I know but not what I expected.Sorry Harris but there we are.☹️
Turra R , United Kingdom
4 months ago
Long Awaited
There’s been a lot of hype. Is it any good? For me it has bags of personality and there’s complexity despite its youth. Smoky, almost Calvados note at times, fresh acids offset to a degree by honey. You notice the spirit. Not for those who like their whisky smooth and unthreatening but more for the adventurous…which means I’m very happy with my bottle. Scary box though, potentially your bottle could fall out.
David C , United Kingdom
6 months ago