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Talisker Skye

(70cl, 45.8%)

Talisker Skye

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Talisker Skye Bottling Note

Talisker Skye was introduced in early 2015, named after the beautiful island on which the distillery resides. This expression brings with it a more well-rounded and sweet flavour profile packed with fresh citrus, sweet smoke, peppery spice and traditional Talisker maritime notes. It's matured in a combination of refill and toasted American oak casks, with a slightly higher proportion of toasted casks. Perfect for those who perhaps find the classic Talisker flavour profile a bit too much, not to say that Talisker fans won't enjoy it too.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Sweet stuff, toffees and vanilla ice cream up front, almost grain-like. Becomes increasingly honeyed. There's a little coastal influence here too, just hints of a sweet Caol Ila perhaps, with very restrained smoke.

Palate: Honeyed toasted oak, sappy wood, only a little pepper and smoke, apple turnovers and hints of lemon and lime Opal Fruits. Fennel seeds.

Finish: Drying and slightly less sweet, hints of spice and smoke.

Overall: A more approachable, sweet Talisker. 'The Isle of Skye in June'.

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Talisker Skye Reviews

Annoyingly good

I was really looking forward to not liking this. I've never been a fan of other Taliskers (often very much the opposite), and this one in particular has been a firm favourite of an extremely irritating friend. Alas, it turns out he was right.

It's lovely stuff. Not pretensious, no delusions of grandeur, just a glass full of pleasent flavour to help you unwind after a long day.

26th February 2021

Not my thing!

3 miniature bottles received as a Christmas present. Two bottles tried and gone down sink so far. Obviously not to my taste.

28th January 2021

Dreadful

The worst whisky ever, tastes of disinfectant, will never buy it again!

25th January 2021

Stay away

Well, I’d advise against this one. Really disappointed. Being a fan of their traditional 10 yrs I bought the Skye version. Will not happen again...

15th January 2021

Like Nectar 🥃👍 ,

Beautiful 🥃👍 ❗a well balanced Malt, with Great overtones , much enjoyed 😇🎅

4th January 2021

Do not buy!!

Dreadful, the worst whisky I have ever tasted. A very industrial flavour and a nasty aftertaste.
My son bought me a bottle for Christmas, a waste of £38. Perhaps I can use it as a disinfectant!

2nd January 2021

Disappointing. Not as good as the original Talisker.

I used to love Talisker when it was just Talisker. I think it was 10 or 12 years old, the stuff I had do in the day. Peaty, Smokey, Seaweedy and Medicinal it was. Lovely. Now I can’t buy that stuff, just this. This Skye stuff isn’t like what I remember. It tastes harsh. I don’t think I’ll buy it again.

30th December 2020

Too young

Rough liquid. Add a mixer to take the edge off it

27th December 2020

Too much smoke. Horrible taste.

Too much smoke. Horrible taste.

25th December 2020

Too much smoke.

Too much smoke. Horrible taste. Tastes like drinking the washing water after cleaning your charcoal grill at the end of the summer.

24th December 2020

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