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Talisker 57° North

(70cl, 57%)

Talisker 57° North

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Talisker 57° North Bottling Note

A cask strength bottling from the Talisker distillery, bearing no age statement. This was named for the Isle of Skye sits on the line of latitude 57 Degrees North.

This beautifully release from Talisker boasts huge flavour in the weighty 57.0% ABV.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: The nose is very pungent and full. Notes of sour citrus develop with rich peat smoke. Hints of peppered oak and notes of sea spray pounding stones and a little kelp.

Palate: The palate is thick and full. Creamy manuka honey and lemon juice, notes of peppered oak and spice, a little butter perhaps and plenty of dry wood.

Finish: The finish is long with black pepper and oak.

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Talisker 57° North Reviews


My first Talisker, this one is legendary

7th July 2021

Personnel favourite

Very enjoyable, have bought and enjoyed several bottles, this is a winter whisky for me, warms from the inside out, a pleasure on a cold night
My chosen bottle when we visited the distillery, have a bottle prisoner in my little growing collection.

12th April 2021

Deceptively easy to drink.

Bloody love it, please advise as soon as you
Might find some more!!!

19th March 2021

Very good!

Very very good~! I tried one first and then I bought another 2 again. Just great!

18th December 2020

Fantastic, but...

that's hardly a surprise coming from Talisker.
While this stronger-tasting entry may not quite replace the classic 10 as their "flagship" whisky, it IS, in my personal opinion, very very close, & ultra-enjoyable for special occasions, if not everyday consumption.
Peppery sea-salt & smoke rule the palate here, & a pleasant burn (57% ABV) accompanies it. All in a good way, of course.
In short, I love it, & recommend it if you're lucky enough to get your hands on some.

6th December 2020

Exceptional quality, few drops of water creates an explosion of flavours

By far the best Talisker has to offer. Those who think Talisker is bad due to the very poor Skye and Storm expressions will not be disappointed with this power house.

4th June 2020

Salty sweet smoke

Had to get something to compare to DEd, and was going cask strength route...not disappointed. A bit sweeter than DEd, but smoke arrived at end, which is why I love Talisker. With or without water, this one is enjoyable as it hits a wide spectrum for me.

23rd May 2020

Wow! Yummy!!

Very tasty, I bought one first and tried it~ then very soon I decided to buy the second same bottle. Really good!

15th March 2020


Despite the 57% abv it is very drinkable and has not a strong alcool taste. The nose is peated and peppery, strong, with notes of chilli. It is a bit "farmy" and I am not big fan of that. I prefer by far the nose of an Ardbeg Corryvrekan or Lagavulin DE more complex and smoky, like real bonfire smoke.
On the palate it becomes salty and peppery again with a long aftertaste.
Interesting, bit it clearly miss a bit of complexity and maturation against other NAS or islay whiskys with an age statement, in the same price range. I think I prefer the Talisker DE which is close in terms of taste, but more fruity.

4th January 2019


Move over, all mighty Ardbeg Uigeadail, Talisker 57 North is here!

18th December 2018

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