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Steel Bonnets

(70cl, 46.6%)

Steel Bonnets

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Steel Bonnets Bottling Note

Steel Bonnets from The Lakes Distillery is an intriguing blended malt, made with whiskies from both Scotland and England! At the core is a hearty helping of The Lakes very own single malt whisky, supported by single malts from undisclosed distilleries. Enjoyably smoky, with balancing notes of dried fruit and fresh vanilla.

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Tasting Note by The Producer

The whisky has creamy, slightly nutty & full bodied flavour. Notes of vanilla, ginger, nutmeg, and hints dried fruit. All held together with a sweet comforting layer of wood smoke.

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Steel Bonnets Reviews

Underatated, decent whisky with a touch of smoke and 46.6%

I like this whisky. It is underrated. If it wasn't blended it would be appreciated far more. There is nothing bland about the taste. It is a touch smokey which I like. I usually drink expensive whiskys but I always enjoy Steel Bonnets. At 46.6% you know you are having a proper dram.

23rd May 2022

I rather enjoyed it!

Very nice dram indeed! Would buy again

24th June 2021

Obviously judging by the reviews, not for the snobs

This is a very easy drink, nothing sharp, or uncomfortable in it, you could say smooth and slightly smokey with a warm heart and finish.
Single malt snobs will hate it, because it's a nice blended whiskey, and fairly priced.

7th November 2020

Different for everyone

I had some of this over Christmas 2019. It was a hit or miss kinda drink. Everyone seemed to taste something different. Myself I found it had a smooth taste of vanilla while my wife said it was to "burnt" she meant smokey. I recommend getting the tester bottle first to see what you think. I found this rather nice to drink while chilling on the sofa watching tv.

10th June 2020

Decent dram

It’s very difficult to review whisky as one person says 5 star excellent the next review is 1 star awful. Whisky divides opinion more than say a car or motorbike etc etc. I love whisky Classic Laddie at the moment and I’m a full paid up member of the 50/50 club. I’m in the 50% That love Laphroaig
There’s nothing wrong with this whisky imo. It’s a decent tasting dram and I’ve paid more for worse. It’s very hard to review as someone agrees and someone disagrees according to tastes. Try it

24th January 2020


A great blend really excellent mild smoke. Price is irrelevant. wanted more English in the blend . 1st edition still good. Well worth a shot! Good job lakes distillery!

4th January 2020

Such a disapointment

Because of my family heritage on the Borders, I so wanted this to be a great dram but the negative reviews are the honest ones here. This makes the very thin Penderyn Celt taste like the elyxir of the gods. No smoke. A stylish case and high price won't make it taste good.

31st December 2019

Excellent but too pricey

Received as a gift, one of the best I’ve had in 40+ years of drinking whisky...
Unfortunately at the price I won’t be having another bottle...
Shame, .. I was hoping for a £35 - 40 price tag

29th November 2019

Intriguing dram

Smokey undertones, dried fruit and ginger
Slightly short for £50, but an intriguing dram. Shave £5-8 off the price and definitely worth it

7th June 2019

Not for me

Just tried a free sample minature of this stuff. To be honest if I'd paid for it I'd be wanting my money back. If you want an average dram with a smoky undertone there are cheaper options.

30th May 2019

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