Bowmore The Devil's Casks III
70cl / 56.7%
Double The Devil
- Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
- Salt (powder)
- Fruit Cake
Bowmore The Devil's Casks III Reviews
Producer's Tasting Notes
Breathe in a wave of rich, dark, exotic fruits, including sultanas, mangos and raisins, fused with earthy angelica root and treacle toffee.
Give in to temptation and sip the smooth, rounded taste of dates, chocolate fudge and salted treacle, warmed by orange-laced Aruba coffee.
Finally, savour the powerful, long--lasting finish of smoked fruitcake, blood orange and sea salt. Devilishly rewarding and a great addition to any whisky collection, this limited-edition release not only tells a tale, it spells the end.
9 Customer Reviews
I am not a fan of Bowmore. I prefer real peated scotches like Ardbeg, Lagavulin, Bruichladich, etc. However, the Devils cask series are the best Bowmores ever distilled and casked. If you like the dull muted flavor so typical of Bowmore then this is not for you. However, if you like Moine Oloroso and Uigedhail then you will love this.
This is a really good whisky but definitely overpriced! It is one of the better Peat/Sherry Bomb! Just reviewed this on our YouTube Channel! Slainte! -Keith-"The Malted Man Cave"
The best of the 3 versions by far. The mix of PX and oloroso is incredible.
Love it must have.
Excellent must have.
Excellent job by the Bowmore team, I thoroughly enjoyed the smell, taste and finish of this whiskey. I am a big fan of Oloroso Sherry Finish and Oloroso & Pedro Ximemenez Sherry Casks. Bowmore understand it, NON-CHILL FILTERED and 56.7%. alc./vol. I only hope there is no E-150 added, that would be a shame, there is enough rich cask color. Add a few drops of water to cut the alcohol and enjoy the flavors.
my wife and I are big fans of bowmore and thought we were in with a treat at the PRICE bottle bracket. It didn't take long before I felt like I'd been robbed. This young brash whisky not quite ready for a bottle at THIS PRICE and call it a devil because it still reeks of distillate, it's a real disappointing effort from Bowmore. Luckily I had a Highland Park 18 at hand to cheer myself back up. I suppose at this alcohol level in this bottling I can use it to clean paint brushes. Not often I get this disappointed in a bottle