Tried this last night At At a Benriach tasting and was pleasantly surprised. Not by a "peaty Speysider" because they've been around awhile, but by the overall balance, roundness, drinkability, and the "size" Of It for a mere 40%! That said, I would love To try it at 46 or even 50%.
- Tim H, 10th April
hii think this is absolutly fantastic, gentle but very peaty not salty like islay whisky. this is my favorite whisky
- claues, sweden, 28th Aug '10
Packs a punch but not so much on the peaty side. Strong cereal flavours with a hint of marshmallow vanilla (luckycharms?) Agree with the beeswax. Unique but a bit too sharp and unbalanced for my Islay palate.
- Drammy Paul, 16th May '10
To me it is a masterpiece with a smoke of white choclate flavour !!!
- Aussi_Sheragh, 28th Jan '10
Got a bottle of this after the praise it received from Mr. Murray and was quite let down by it. A rather thin, watery and one-dimensional malt, nothing much going on here except peat and leather. In a way reminds me of an Islay malt gone bad after too much oxidization.
- anonymous, 19th Oct '09
If you like the Islay-peated malt,s than give this a try. Peat it is, but not from the sea-shore, but from a forest. Very fine malt, one negative: not too long finish.
- Peter Benkoczki, 13th Oct '09
This is a peated malt. My wife could not stand it (so it is not a girly dram).The palate is very interesting with acacia honey and a note of beeswax. Some fruity notes too. The palate really balances the peaty nose.For me it is 90/100.
- SalesMan, 31st Aug '09
A gentle hint of TCP ! My love of peated whisky frowned upon by my good friend John - however he bought this for my 45th birthday. It's truely caught my attention , I now need to go through the years !More to come me thinks !
- Mark the Englishman !, 9th Nov '08
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