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Te Bheag Nan Eilean

(70cl, 40%)

Te Bheag Nan Eilean

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Te Bheag Nan Eiliean Bottling Note

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.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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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Te Bheag Nan Eilean Reviews

Rough and wonderful

Sherry, some sweet winey elements, mocha on the nose. There's something almost savory, can't put my finger on it. Palate is quite the contrast, definitely salty, mineral, just a bit of peat and spiciness. Finish is quite dry and peppery. Definitely a lot of Talisker in this. More than worth the price I paid (25,90€).

1st March 2021

February ,1 2021

A very interesting taste and a nice little kick at the end of the dram well worth a try at the price very nice for a blended whisky cheers

1st February 2021

An amazing value for a complex drink

I found this gem of the shelves of one of our local Liquor Control Board of Ontario stores. As the note says on this site it is a complex multi facetted whisky that surprises you when you least expect it. I am getting one for my boss for Christmas (40 CDN is a great price for this whisky) and I trust he will enjoy it.

There is a hint of smokiness, enough that I enjoyed it (I like smoky peaty whiskies) but not so much that my wife who doesn't like smokiness too much wouldn't drink it.

15th December 2020


Celebrated our 48th wedding anniversary in Cape Breton Island where we first honeymooned. Happened to just pick this up at a small package store ($32?). Read later they send half there production to France and Nova Scotia. Wow! Wish we could get this in the States! Great full-bodied complex blend from a very small independent distiller.

10th December 2020

Good allrounder

Discovered this 1983 at the bar of Hotel Eilean Larmain on Skye.
Quite rare but enjoyed since. Pleasant & not overpowering like the usual suspects.

16th February 2020


The best non malt whiskey about so smooth definitely recommend and great price

27th September 2019


This is an absolute fantastic whiskey. The first time I tried this I thought, WOW!! Amazing. Better than most 12yr+ single malts. Brilliant

28th April 2019

Flavoursome impact of first Te Beag

I had never tried whisky before, knew little about it. I bought a minature of Te Bheag, and weirdly drank it alongside a minature of Remy Martin... The contrast in flavours was interesting! I decided I liked the whisky best as its flavour were engrossing and familiar somehow. I have since tried the Juras, Glenfiddichs, Ardbeg, Whyte and Mackay, Tamnavulin and jack daniels bourbon. None of them have had same flavoursome impact of that first Te Beag wee dram. I am going to see how much it is for a bottle at my local wine store here in Derbyshire.

15th March 2019

Amazing dram that is getting harder to find

Fantastic dram that is much more complex than others in its' category. Tastes like a single malt and I prefer it over many single malts.

4th December 2018

Always keep a few bottles on hand!

This is without a doubt the best value scotch out there. Master of Malt's tasting notes are dead on (except coffee is more subtle than they suggest). It's as good or better than many 12 years from famous brands. This is like Jameson Caskmate to me: something I always have in my rotation, because of the superb value. Value whisky that doesn't compromise on flavour!

17th May 2018

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