The first new bottling since the distillery began production in 1998 after a 15-year lay-off. The whisky is young, but has a delicious dollop of peat and plenty of fresh, ripe flavours. A very welcome return.
not bad at all, went down smooth and no hangover the next day..
- tony, 8th October
This is an excellent change from an Islay. Trying to educate my Peruvian friends I have a created a dedicated fan
- Ewan, 24th Apr '11
This is a nice friend to Islay man like me. This also interesting, because at first it appears to be light and somewhat fruity, but the finish is deliciously smoky and tarry. A very balanced and rich in nuances. Perfect after sauna dram :)
- Mikko, 19th Aug '10
Wasn't deeply impressed on the first tasting, but it kept improving on subsequent tries. Good peaty, smokey flavor with a hint of straw or dried grass. Almost like a peated Irish or perhaps a simpler, lighter Laphroaig. It grows on you and I'll likely be buying more.
- Paul M., 2nd Feb '10
Not for me, sharp and harsh. Tried it with water but it didn't open up well at all. Graeme Bruce
- anonymous, 10th Nov '09
The nose hints at a much more complex malt than is actually the case but not a bad whisky. Best with as little water as possible. Give it a go.
- James Saxon, 28th Oct '08
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