16 Year Old, 43% Volume
Color - Dark
amber with burnt gold highlights.
Nose - Unmistakable,
smoky and peaty. A distinctly Islay malt.
Palate - Strong.
dry with a trace of sweetness. Big, smoky peat and kippers.
Big and complex yet velvety smooth..
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Jackson's Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Color - Full Amber
- Sea-salt, peat, intense dryness, sherry.
Body - Full, smooth, firm.
Palate - The dryness is at first offset by the sweetness of
the sherry character. As the palate develops, oily, grassy, and
in particular, salty notes emerge.
- A huge, powerful, bear hug of peat.
Whisky File: John Lamond & Robin Tucek
- Deep amber with rich gold highlights.
Nose - Distinctive, pungent, burnt heather, very peaty and full-bodied.
Flavor - Big, peaty, dry, very smooth and powerfully complex.
Finish - Long and smoky with an almost burnt character, very