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Secret Stills No. 4.9 Islay 1991

(70cl, 45%)

Secret Stills No. 4.9 Islay 1991

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Secret Stills Islay 1991 Bottling Note

This Secret Stills bottling is from an unnamed Islay distillery. It was distilled in 1991. If you'd like to know which distillery it's from you can try asking us, but we'll never tell. Rather than tell you we'll give you some clues the distillery is the oldest on Islay and sits on the shores of Loch Indaal. It was founded in 1779 and its water is from the Laggan River.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is quite rich and defined with notes of smoked meats, crème anglaise, honey, wood smoke, marmalade, spice and white pepper. The palate is fuller and well-balanced. There are notes of pepper and spice, curry spices and thick honey. The finish is long with notes of nut oils and resin.

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Secret Stills No. 4.9 Islay 1991 Reviews

should stay a secret.

I was debated whether or not to get the above or my usual Talisker.
It's dreary appearance did not excite.
Understandably, to keep prices down, the packaging should remain subdued so it is forgivable.
After one dram I realised this 'Bowmore' was below my expectations and I had to force myself into finishing the whole bottle!
Not a bad drink but it's a bit like using a putter to get round Gleneagles.

12th May 2012

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