Rock Oyster70cl / 46.8%
- Island Blended Malt Scotch Whisky
- Douglas Laing
- Black Pepper
- Liquorice root
Rock Oyster Reviews
Tasting Notes by Stuart P
Nose: As fresh and invigorating as a walk on the seafront. Briney, cough sweets, liquorice, and fresh herbs (sage and rosemary).
Palate: Richer than expected, with warming notes of black pepper, sea salt and ozone, as well as a hint of honeyed fruit. Good weight.
Finish: The well-balanced peat acts as a seabreak to the subtle but welcome fruit.
6 Customer Reviews
Everything you look for in an island malt whisky. Tired at a whisky tasting recently and came back for more. Delicious straight up or with a bit of salted caramel which is what I was recommended to try.
An excellent discovery. I'm delighted to have found this whisky. Jam packed with maritime qualities as well as a real sweetness. Love love love it!
This whisky is obviously not for everyone. I appreciate the quality and smoothness of it but goddamn this tastes like seawater with a touch of honey and peat and I think I would prefer a whisky that tasted like peat and honey with a touch of seawater. It's very salty too, like a salt whisky. For me it is bizarre. I thought the Timorous Beastie was the bomb though.
Excellent peated malt blend with a strong warmth, full body and pleasant saltiness. Great combination of my favourite island flavours.
One of the most unusual whiskeys I have ever tasted. It''s salty, yet has a fresh citrusy edge and a sweet smokeyness to it which balances the saltiness. Having purchased it last week it is now one of my favourite whiskey blends and I would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys whiskey.
Fabulous full bodied, smoky and salty. You can taste sea air. Great blend. Beautiful flavour