Siren Bay 18 Year Old Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 45.7%
Product details
Siren Bay 18 Year Old
£74.95
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Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Siren Bay
Style Single Malt Whisky

Siren Bay 18yo

A heavily peated single malt from the Highlands of Scotland, Siren Bay is brimming with notes of coastal smoke and elegant fruit. Matured for a generous 18 years, a portion of the whisky aged in oloroso sherry casks, imparting sumptuous layers of sweetness and spice to the hearty peat smoke that sings at its core.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Salty sea spray, preserved plums, and lemon shortbread join waves of herbaceous, tarry peat smoke. A smidge of wood polish and first-aid box murmur beneath.

Palate Soft, creamy notes of vanilla tablet soon give way to robust, vegetal peat. There are coastal notes of charred samphire, backed by custard tarts, and baked, spiced apples.

Finish Salted toffee, rich oak spice, grilled stone fruits with a sprinkle of pepper, meaty malt, and layers of pungent peat smoke.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Siren Bay 18 Year Old
Siren Bay 18yo
90/100 - What a stunner!
Soft yet bold, cask strength yet doesn't require water. This is very dangerous stuff!! I've paid much more for much worse.
J , United Kingdom
5 months ago
Isle of Skye (or is it Mull).
It's Isle of Skye for me. Excellent value. Real heady mix of medicinal peat with cooked orchard fruits and creamy vanilla.
Duncan C , United Kingdom
5 months ago
Great whisky and amazing value
Will buy again
Michael , United Kingdom
7 months ago
A cheeky Ledaig in disguise?
As a huge Ledaig fan, and I bought this based on the tasting notes by MoM. I firmly believe this is a definitely a peated Tobermory that I’m used to and for the price fully justifiable.

I certainly was not disappointed and even had to buy a second bottle as a back up.
Ash , United Kingdom
8 months ago
Superb
Really easy-drinking whisky with some real honeyed tones. Gentler than a lot of the older whiskies. Only downside is you drink it far too quickly.
Jonathan C , United Kingdom
11 months ago