Whisky Review: Port Charlotte Heavily Peated

  Tasting Notes Port Charlotte Scottish Barley Heavily Peated ☆ Style: Vivid and Deliciously Complex Nose: Lovely notes rising out from the glass with fresh apricots and cheese, followed by a wave of barley, lavender and vanilla scent. Undertone of smoke and creamy peat (which I can relate this to the milky touch of Octomores) gradually…

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Whisky Review: John Walker & Sons Private Collection 2015 Edition “Rare Fruit Character”

  Style: Fruity and Complex Nose: Starts with a delightful malty nose. Plucked a splendid chord of rose petals, dried barley, simmered red dates with a tad of sourness, giving off a very all-rounded aroma. Light spices supports the structure in a non-invasive manner. A very entertaining nose. Palate: A fascinating blend of dry and fresh fruity…

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Whisky Review: Lagavulin Aged 12 Years 2014 Edition

Tasting Notes Lagavulin Aged 12 Years Cask Strength 2014 Edition ✓ [Recommended if you like the style/distillery] Style: Smoky and Crisp Nose: Begins with caramelised bacon and fresh pineapple, followed by some grassy, slightly floral and pine scent. Intermediate peat wrapping around the fruity and flourishing vanilla notes with light spices. Really smoky through and through. Palate: Heavy…

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