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1770 Peated - Release No.1

(50cl, 46%)

1770 Peated - Release No.1

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1770 Peated No.1 Bottling Note

The Glasgow Distillery Co. isn't content with just making one style of whisky - oh heavens no! Behold, 1770 Peated! As you can probably figure out from the name, this is a peated expression, made specifically with heather-rich peat from the highlands. After distillation, the whisky was matured in first-fill ex-sherry casks and allowed a finishing period in virgin oak casks (whereas the unpeated 1770 Whisky is aged in bourbon casks before being finished in virgin oak).

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Zesty orange and a hint of quince, juxtaposed by wafts of floral smoke.

Palate: Toasty oak and burnt sugar, with dried fruit richness building.

Finish: Slightly nutty on the finish, though earthy peat continues on and on.

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1770 Peated - Release No.1 Reviews

A dram that in my opinion can charm many Islay style afficionados!

A ppm of around 50 (on the barley) is perhaps not heavily peated but still very nicely pronounced and convincing here.

13th August 2020

Dry dust and old gloves

Misses the mark. Tastes like it's been filtered through a gravel pit and plowmans socks.

Try literally anything else and you'll be happier

28th July 2020

Will be purchasing again

Picked this up after hearing some good reviews and was not disappointed. It's a great peated whisky that packs a punch - will certainly be back for another bottle soon.

6th July 2020

Very impressive for a new distillery

Lovely smoky whisky - sherry cask gives lovely richness and the peat gives lovely smokiness. One for any peated whisky fans out there, well done 1770!

24th June 2020

Great young whisky!

Brilliant depth and complexity for such a new whisky - the combination of sherry casks and heavy peat is sublime!

12th June 2020

Punches WELL above its weight

Heavy peat and first-fill sherry casks were always going to be a winner, but that rich, oily spirit really ties the experience together. Fans of very old whisky aged in old, falling apart casks might not appreciate the liveliness of a slightly younger whisky aged in better casks, but the flavour is a definite winner!

28th April 2020

Tastes Much older than it is!

Non Age statement but tastes like a fantastic 10/12 year old whisky. Very smooth and easy to drink yet complex. A fantastic whisky.

27th February 2020

Super smokey and oh so smooth!

Real bbq smoke, orange and sweetness, oh and such an amazingly smooth dram too! Well done Glasgow Distillery!

13th December 2019

Great Peated Whisky!

Another great whisky by the Glasgow Distillery! Deliciously smokey, complimented with a sweetness and a moreish finish.

5th November 2019

More dissapointment

I am not sure what is going on with this distillery, so much promise when it was first announced. spirit tastes rough, very minty

24th October 2019

Fantastic!

Delicious marriage of peaty smokiness and sweet fruits! Tastes much older than it is. Glasgow Distillery is doing great things!

16th October 2019

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