Caol Ila 2009
Carn Mor TWE Exclusive

70cl / 46%
  • Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Carn Mor
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Caol Ila is Islay’s biggest distillery and a producer of incredible whiskies. The crisp and smoky flavour is a concentration of the island’s character and this Whisky Exchange exclusive bottled by Carn Mor is classic Caol Ila. Packed with earthy peat, maritime malt and coastal smoke, it’s a great aperitif or hip flask dram – just the thing for walks on a frosty beach.

Carn Mor
7 Year Old
Bottling Date
No of Bottles
Chill Filtered


  • Body
  • Richness
  • Smoke
  • Sweetness


  • Liquorice root Liquorice root
  • Apple Apple
  • Iodine (tcp) Iodine (tcp)
  • Smoke Smoke

Caol Ila 2009 Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by The Whisky Exchange

    Nose: Sweet, with earthy peat smoke, barley sugar, mint and pine. Stormy seas and bandages follow.

    Palate: Sweetness, coal dust and peat lead. Then liquorice, chocolate and apples, before peppery pine.

    Finish: Pine, mint, menthol and barley sugar slowly fade to leave singed apples and liquorice.

  • Tasting Notes by Billy Abbott

    Nose: Sweet and candied, with earthy peat and pungent smoke. Barley sugar and spearmint tussle with freshly dropped pine needles and piles of green leaves, with a background of stormy seas, medicine cabinets and cloth bandages.

    Palate: A burst of sweetness gives way to TCP, brine and orchard fruit. Coal stoves, coal dust and smokily burning peat build, along with liquorice, 100% cocoa chocolate and intensely fruity stewed apples. Pine and menthol pop-up before the end, with a menthol tingle and peppery spice.

    Finish: Pine, mint, menthol and barley sugar slowly fade to leave singed apples, liquorice and smouldering oak.

    Comment: A fresh and fruity Caol Ila, balancing sweetness with sharpness and a complex smokiness that belies its comparative youth.

1 Customer Review

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  • 4
    18 September 2017

    Not your typical Islay. Less intense smoke with an more rounded flavour. Its only weakness is it's younger years. PS Caol Ila is one of the Islay's I haven't tried so can't compare this to their standard.