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Paul John Bold

(70cl, 46%)

Paul John Bold

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Paul John Bold Bottling Note

Following their Edited release, Bold is a fully peated single malt from Paul Distilleries (they're aptly named expressions). Peat is brought over to Goa from Islay for Bold, where it is used to dry their 6-row Indian barley.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fragrant toasted barley, dried grass, a little kipper smoke, citrus peels, green apple and brown sugar.

Palate: Honeyed oak and fruity coffee with that Islay peat again making its character gently known. Spicy porridge, lime and dry toast.

Finish: Peaty, peppered oak.

Overall: Fully peated Paul John single malt whisky from India!

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Paul John Bold Reviews

Great indian single malt

Great indian single malt value for the money

13th January 2021

Good malt whisky

Really great indian single malt value for the money

13th January 2021

Great find...surprisingly complex

I Rate it rate it rate it. Punches well above its price point. Lovely complex taste nose.. is not as good. But the combination of smoke citrus tropical fruit burnt al is very good. Try it it lovely

11th December 2020


Wow nices product

28th May 2020

Nice one

Smoothest whiskey ive ever tasted thank you

30th April 2020

Pairs well with a good Cigar...

well, I enjoyed Paul John Bold along with a Cigar and had a great time savouring the taste and flavours of this medium dry, not so boldly peated malt. Great peppery spice flavour with hint of dried grass is what comes to mind that gets pronounced on sipping after resting it with single cube of melted ice. Works pleasantly on senses when paired with a medium bodied Maduro wrapped Cigar.
Had a great time..!! Try it out...

4th December 2019

A new favorite Whiskey

Beautiful amber color.
A medium dry whiskey with hints of chocolate toffee and tobacco.
The finish is dryer with some smokey tarish tones

30th November 2019

Good, not great

Spot on with the Port Charlotte comparison. Has a heavy citrus hit with earthy peat. A little bit of espresso, more fruityness. Very good stuff, but missed "great". Somehow it's just not well integrated enough for me. The peat, the sweetness, and the spirit all seem to do their parts, but don't really come together. An opportunity missed, if I were to be harsh. Within the category, Amrut peated is waay more sophisticated in my opinion. Still a solid 7/10

3rd November 2019

Mind blowing

Really it's a master of malt what a mind blowing smokey it will leave behind to all single malt of Indian and imported l never tasted this type of taste

26th May 2019

Very good indeed

A new one for me - and very glad I took a punt. Very similar to 'Port Charlotte islay barley' it has that creaminess although this is less smokey - more on the level of a Bowmore or even an Ardmore. And it's non chill filtered. Yes - it's young but I guess that out in Goa Whisky matures so much quicker.

To be honest, you could pay half as much again to get anything this good from Scotland nowadays. I'll be trying more from Paul John in future - if this is their 'entry level' bottling the better stuff must be fantastic.

21st February 2019

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