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According to the formal classification of the Scotch Whisky Association, the whisky-producing islands, except Islay, belong to the Highlands region. But for convenience, these islands fall under the informal whisky region The Islands. These are the Orkney Islands, Skye, Arran, Mull and Isle of Jura. The whiskies of these islands have nothing in common, by the way. Except that they come from an island.
That says something, if you are released as an 8-year old single malt whisky in the Old Malt Cask series by bottler Hunter Laing. Like this single malt from the Talisker Distillery. That makes one curious! The whisky aged on a bourbon cask. (50% ABV)
As the label says, this bottling is a single malt whisky from one of the Scottish islands (except Islay). Quality bottler The Whisky Agency does not specify which distillery is involved here. Can you find out?
The German bottler Whisky-Doris released more Ledaig bottlings. They were well appreciated. This Ledaig, the peated version of Tobermory single malt whisky, is 11 years old and matured on a bourbon cask. Bottled at cask strength, in the Nose Art series.
The new Tobermory 12 was released in 2019 to celebrate that the Tobermory single malt whisky distillery opened after two years of maintenance work. This whisky matured for 12 years in bourbon barrels and is bottled at 46.3%. A nice business card!
This 12-year-old single malt whisky is complex and balanced and clearly shows the profile of the peated Tobermory that the Ledaig brand stands for. It aged on bourbon and sherry casks and Gordon & MacPhail bottled it in their entry-level series Discovery.
SMALL BOTTLE] This 10-year-old 'Viking Scars' is a bottling in the new core series of Highland Park. The distillery profile is recognizable: a hint of smoke, heather and honey and subtle sherry tones. In this small bottle it is a nice gift!
This 18-year-old single malt whisky from the island of Jura is finished in bordeaux casks. With its 42% strength, this attractive dram is accessible to many. In the nose: toffee, fruit and cinnamon. The taste has herbs, dark fruit, soil and hay.
This 10-year-old Talisker from the Isle of Skye is a nice entry-level whisky for those who look for something different than blends. With a hint of smoke and maritime tones, with fruit, spices and pepper, a full body and certainly the nice price, this is
With the Port Ruighe bottlings, Talisker releases a single malt whisky matured on Ruby port casks. This probably young dram is sweet and uncomplicated, with clear port influences, peat and salty notes in the background. A pleasantly drinkable dram.
This Rare Cask Selection edition in the Pearls of Scotland series from bottler Gordon & Company is a 20-year-old Tobermory single malt whisky. This whisky from the Scottish island of Mull is bottled at cask strength (53.9%). For the enthusiast.
If you are looking for a full, robust, well-balanced and complex single malt whisky that feels soft and oily and also has a hint of smoke and maritime notes, then this 18-year-old Talisker is the one! Matured in bourbon and sherry casks. At 45,8%.
The Glansa is the only peated single malt whisky from Orkney distillery Scapa. The notes of peat smoke come from the casks on which the Glansa aged. These are casks that previously contained heavily peated whisky. That makes the Glansa a mildly smoky dram
This NAS bottling is an entry-level whisky from the Talisker distillery on the Scottish island of Skye. It is clearly a young single malt whisky, light and soft, with modest maritime notes and peat smoke. A Talisker without rough edges.
Smoke and the sea, those are the first words that come to mind with this Talisker Storm single malt whisky. In addition to yellow and red fruit, salty notes, seaweed, bacon, smoked fish play a key role. That produces an interesting dram!
With the Skiren bottlings, Orkney distillery Scapa is releasing an 'ageless' single malt whisky that can serve as a business card. The whisky matured on bourbon casks which gives a surprisingly fruity and sweet and pleasantly drinkable dram. At 40%.
Orkney distillery Highland Park released this ageless single malt whisky with 250,000 bottles. De Valkyrie smoothly combines more mature and younger flavor components. The peat smoke is somewhat stronger than in standard bottling. Worth trying!
This 21-year-old single malt whisky from Isle of Jura matured in both bourbon and sherry casks. This combination results in a pleasant drinkable whisky with, due to the long aging, a mature, complex profile. The dram feels full and round in the mouth.
This 10-year-old 'Viking Scars' is a bottling in the new core series of Highland Park. The distillery profile is recognizable: a hint of smoke, heather and honey and subtle sherry tones. At around 40%, this is an easy drinkable single malt.
This Arran is not only a tribute to the poet Robert Burns, but also a beautiful entry into the world of single malt whisky. In the nose: vanilla, pear, peach, green apples. The mouthfeel is creamy. A very drinkable dram, at 43%.
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