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A cask-strength bottling from Signatory from a secret Islay distillery. The whisky is young at 5 years old but this is an interesting, super-peaty dram, make no mistake.
Nose: Heavy peatiness, tarmac being laid, Fresh malt, white pepper, hint of liquorice.
Palate: Iodine, burnt wood, Peat, sweet malt, golden syrup, bicycle inner tubes, intense pepperiness.
Finish: Hot, Warming, spice, smokey.
Overall: Very unique, very powerful and very interesting.
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I've been a whisky lover since two decades,I visited the isle of Islay 3 years ago on a fantastic whisky trail, and while there i discovered this one along the way.Came back to France, poured me a glass,2 drops of water, nosed it.......... Wow!! i actually thought it was a Lagavulin !!! My oh my what tremendous peated whisky, and for a 5 year old.i never thought they created such good quality young whiskies.Thumbs up! Slàinte !
11th November 2015
This bottle gives a very solid Islay taste (Caol Ila?), which you would not expect from such a young age. I never dilute with water, so I really enjoy the extra bite of the cask strength. If I would have known in time that it would be discontinued I would have got more bottles...
13th May 2015
Just in reply to hephaestus
11th December 2012
This is seriously heavy stuff. It took a good few teaspoons of water to mellow this one out. Also, I think it's Caol Ila.
3rd December 2012
Seriously vigorous and young. Takes a lot of water. This is like drinking a tequila shot (salt, lime and everything) next to a bonfire. Also, why don't they mention on the bottle that this one has escaped without being chill-filtered?
26th August 2012