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The English - Smokey

(70cl, 43%)

The English - Smokey

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The English - Smokey Bottling Note

A peated edition of The English single malt whisky from the English Whisky Company. A good core of smoke runs through this one, alongside recognisable vanilla-rich notes.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Cinnamon, smoked malt and blueberry muffins.

Palate: Full-bodied smoke, paired with light notes of buttered bread and peppery barley.

Finish: Stem ginger and lingering bonfire embers.

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English - Smokey Reviews

Very tasty

If you want an Islay-type peated whisky, go and buy one. This doesn't aim to compete. It's altogether different and individual. The peat infuses the taste with smokiness, but it's far more three-dimensional than that. Perhaps it's a little sweet, but at least it's clean and not the heavy sweetness that you get with some sherried malts. I love it. I see that one reviewer has called it a grain whisky and gave it one star without even drinking it! I wonder what malt they were reviewing. Obviously not this one!

14th June 2021

Awful, a charlatan spirit

This is a very poor quality grain whisky lacking any maturity or complexity. No age declaration. I was given this as a gift and won't drink it. I'm amazed at the price, it's really out of order. People are buying this in good faith and the price would indicate it's a good quality product. Shame MoM are stocking it.

25th March 2021

Love it

Certainly has a unique taste that i love. Im no whiskey connoisseur, and dont understand why
English Whisky can be judged against Scottish, Irish, or any other Whisky from around the world.
It's like comparing wines from different countries and deciding which is the best.
To me this whisky has a flavor that for me makes it my current number one choice.

15th September 2020

Avoid.

I've been drinking Ardbeg and other Islay malts for over 40 years, this isn't even in the championship. Smokey and nothing else other than an unwanted sweet aftertaste.

14th June 2020

Good attempt at Peaty Whisky

Good attempt at a peaty whisky but Islay whisky as expected is better! Decent 43% whisky at a reasonable price. Good whisky for toasting "To the English " Look forward to some more "untraditional" English Whisky in the coming years. Keep up the good work Cheers

31st December 2018

Smokey, but that's it.

It's got smoke but not the flavour of an Islay (or Brora). I'm not sure what they do differently on Islay but no current peated whisky from off island that I've tried seems to have the same depth. The standard expression is much better.

23rd July 2018

Nice surprise

Nice surprise. Very long, sweet and smokey nose, a bit of seaweed on the back. Full and round taste, well balanced - very often there is plain spirit biting the tongue from NAS whiskies but not here. Would definitely try it again. And again.

9th December 2017

Absolutely amazing.

This is a beautiful whiskey, its mellow when first tasted followed by a real smokey after taste. Just buy two now.

3rd July 2017

Like a noisy new friend

Warm, autumnal spices followed by peat smoke that could not, it's fair to say, be described as subtle (described as a "smoke bomb" on the packaging) and a sense of young-ish malt.Pleasing, slow finish. Overall a pretty nice dram with stacks of potential.

14th May 2017

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