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The Gaelic Whisky Company are renowned for being independent through-and-through and produce whisky for whisky's sake. Rumour has it they are constructing a distillery on the Isle of Skye which will certainly be one to watch! This blend combines peat and brine with some soothing highlights from Speyside.
Nose: The aroma amalgamates coastal elements with peat and sherry in a Highland style.
Palate: Coffee and salt are very present with a hint of peat and some sweeter notes of caramel in the background.
Finish: The finish is hot and spicy and clings on for some time.
Overall: This great blended whisky is a challenge and that's a compliment. It forces the drinker to take stock and appreciate its many elements. Superb!
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Nice blend to find, reminds me of a mix of HP 12 sweetness with Talisker 10 peat. Well worth a try.
23rd January 2017
A gift from a great friend. Not a fan of peated malts, however the balance in this blend is in my opinion exceptional.
17th December 2016
For the price this whisky is better than any single malt under £30. I would highly recommend this it has a sweet but slightly Smokey smell only slightly Smokey to the point where it takes a few sips to notice it,which adds layers to this complex bkend. On the palate is caramel with some subtle peat and a long spicy finish, I had this at the same time as a Johnnie walker black which is my go to blended whisky but I've now changed to this defiantly worth the price and much better than Jura, glenfiddich,arbelour etc...
29th November 2016
TÉ BHEAG NAN EILEAN ( Tay Vee ug or Vig Nan Ill on) Little Taste of the Island. TÉ BHEAG is a colloquial phrase. Blais (BLAHS) is the Scottish Gaelic Word for the sense of Taste. Blas (BLAHS) is the Irish Gaelic form of the same word.
19th July 2016
Te Bheag is the best tasting whisky, I love the taste it is quite different from any whisky have ever tasted.
26th May 2016
4/5 for value/price.Easy drink with a slight bite.Coastal, salty and brine on nose.Cherry, toffee and big camel all the way till fairy long sweet finish.Very nice overall considering low price.
10th May 2016
Cracking Whisky,not to peaty and very smooth
2nd April 2016
I have just started my Scotch journey, so glad I found Te Bheag. This is what I imagined Scotch would be.
3rd February 2016
As I sit in the comfort of my massage chair on a chilly winter's eve, this whiskey warms me to the bones. It's pleasant not punishing slightly sweet but not overpowering. When I close my eyes and take a sip, I can imagine sitting on a rugged section of a beach with a fire burning and the pungent smell of sea air and burning wood permeates the air.
16th January 2016
I found this whisky quite by accident during whilst traveling through the Hebrides years ago. It is a wonderful whisky at a very good price; for $35 CAN I don't know of a whisky that can compare to it. Fiery yet subtle, sweet but organic, there is a nice peaty trace and that lovely mineraly taste that good Scottish whiskys have.
6th December 2015
I live in Canada and picked up a bottle for $40 yesterday. For that amount of money and the quality of te bheag is expectional. Can taste the heavy single malt content (40%), if i didn't know it was a blend i wouldn't even be able to taste the grain content, its that good. This is excellently put together. Taste: It tastes very similar to highland park 12, but without the savory bacon flavour and with a lot more smoke on the finish Excellent whisky and value for money, at this price range blows glenfiddich 12/glenlivet 12 out of the water.
22nd July 2015
A great whiskey, and a tremendous value. I enjoy it as often as possible.
1st December 2014
great, i have sipped this for over 30 years
15th September 2014
Smoky, balanced, and just a great drinking whisky. Cheap to. This has become my 'go-to.'
6th June 2014
Had a pleasure to drink some while on Isle of Skye. It is fantastic blended whisky. Hard to get, but worth it!
10th May 2014
I discovered this at the equally amazing Il Viccoletto restaurant in Stresa (Lake Maggiore)... wont drink any other scotch now.
3rd February 2014
Superbly blended whisky. I don't know what malt content it has but it certainly does not have that grain whisky taste of cheaper blends. Don't have a great palate, but to me this tastes like a superb blend of highland, island and a touch of islay malts. impressively blended, would drink this way before many single malts i have tasted.
18th December 2013
wasn't going to bother with blends anymore , omg mmmm glad i did , if you dont like this then you have no buds, thanks to motm for its recommendation,
19th July 2013
I used to purchase this when I lived in Ontario. Peppery flavour with salt and heat that fairly SCREAMS Talisker. If I had to guess, I'd say it's made with at least 50% of that fine malt. But it's milder, which will suit many palates. In fact, someday it would be good to compare this with, say, the Talisker 18. Highly recommended.
24th March 2013