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Talisker 8 Year Old 2008 - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

(70cl, 57.5%)

Talisker 8 Year Old 2008 - Provenance (Douglas Laing)

Talisker 8yo 2008 Bottling Note

8 year old Talisker single malt, independently bottled by Douglas Laing as part of their Provenance range and specially specially by La Maison du Whisky. This coastal treat was distilled in December 2008 and matured in a pair of hogshead casks until September 2017, when it was bottled at cask strength with an outturn of 428 bottles.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Salty sea breeze sits in the background, while notes of barley, honeydew melon and banana bread take the lead.

Palate: Citrus notes begin to develop, with salted butter and smoky peat remaining a constant.

Finish: Herbaceous bitterness, with a hint of Golden Delicious apple.

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Talisker 8 Year Old 2008 - Provenance (Douglas Laing) Reviews

Yes. Good. To drink.

Sweet, agree with the flavor comments above. Good as it is at cask strength, don’t add water. A fine whisky, very well made and good wood chosen. A little pricy but deserved. Get some, drink some, keep a bottle and in 5 years blind tasters will charge the Japanese 500 bucks a bottle and they will (rightfully) pay that deserved price.

20th October 2020

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