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Port Askaig 14 Year Old

(70cl, 45.8%)

Port Askaig 14 Year Old

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-The folks at Master of Malt

Port Askaig 14 Year Old Bottling Note

This 14 year old single malt from the Port Askaig range comes from an undisclosed distillery - though it supposedly was made by a distillery on Islay not known for peated malts... We'll leave you to figure that riddle out. It was allowed to age in first-fill bourbon barrels before being bottled at 45.8% ABV.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Brown sugar, pancakes with fried bananas, a whiff of charred oak.

Palate: Rye bread, salted butter, a hint of oatcake and toasted cinnamon.

Finish: Light smoke and fresh apricot.

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Port Askaig 14 Year Old Reviews

Wow, another good askaig!

Alot of smoke, a dash of salt and I get the banana as well on the nose, tastes more like charcoal/ashes, crème brûlée, licorice and some salt

18th March 2021


Smells a lot of smoke, charcoal and mashed banana and a dash of seasalt.
Does not taste too much smoke, more like charcoal /campfire/ash, a little salty, fruit and crème brulée, and a little licorice.
The finish is smoky and sweet. Really good whisky and somewhat different, I really like the banana flavor combined with the charcoal.

4th December 2018

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