The angels have taken a generous share of this completely unpeated Islay single malt, and when the angels are thirsty, it usually means that it’s a great whisky because they have refined taste! What has been left to us is a very gentle, golden hued single malt of great finesse: delicate, honeyed, fragrant and flowery in its aroma. The angels have taken away the burn, and left a whisky with a robust but silky body. It’s like liquid gold, with mineral and waxy notes, sweet malty creaminess, polite fruitiness, and no tannic harshness: the proof that long and slow aging in second fill bourbon casks is the best way to let the distillate speak for itself, simply mellowed by the years.
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DESCRIPTION Caol Ila 2008 Wilson & Morgan 12 Years old. An exciting new version resulting from the long experience with aging. This bottling is a vat of five barrels with...
DESCRIPTION The delicate whisky from this distillery in Speyside, usually very light in body and known for its flowery and honeyed touch, has received an extra layer of fruity richness...
DESCRIPTION Sometimes long maturations without any rush, with all the simple charm of a great spirit and the slow influence of a refill cask, are the best. This delicate Speysider...
DESCRIPTION A delicate but still quite full-bodied unpeated Islay whisky, with a vibrant twist, the result of the long slow maturation of a very clean and malty distillate, only slightly...