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Finlaggan Eilean Mor

(70cl, 46%)

Finlaggan Eilean Mor

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Finlaggan Eilean Mor Bottling Note

A 2015 addition to the Finlaggan range, named Eilean Mor (those of you that know about Islay's geography will be familiar with that name). This expression has been bottled at a slightly higher strength than other Finlaggan release (not including the Cask Strength, of course). The whisky comes from an undisclosed distillery on Islay - it's a closely guarded secret as to which one...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Salty sea breeze and a touch of TCP.

Palate: Well-peated and rather intense. Spicy hints of black pepper.

Finish: A long finish of drying peat smoke.

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Finlaggan Eilean Mor Reviews

27/01/17

Ok.

27th January 2017

eilean mor

nice copper colour,not to much colour added.Smoke,burning leaves and a medicinal touch on the nose.
With a little water it opens up nicely with a sea salt opening and some pepper.
Even if Finlaggan does not own his own distillery,and therefore it has to rely on some probably very well known
malts from Islay a very decent malt for a nice price.

3rd September 2016

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