Islay Malts are usually associated with peaty and smoke, and it is unsurprising for the three powerhouse distilleries on its south coast, that have become world famous, produce some exceptional peaty single malt whiskies.
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About The Islay Region
The whiskies of the distilleries along the southeastern coast of the island, Laphroaig, Lagavulin, and Ardbeg, have a smoky character derived from peat, considered a central characteristic of the Islay malts, and ascribed both to the water from which the whisky is made and to the peating levels of the barley. Many describe this as a “medicinal” flavour. They also possess notes of iodine, seaweed and salt. Caol Ila, on the northern side of the island, across from Jura, also produces a strongly peated whisky.
Bruichladdich 2005 Aged 11 Years
First Fill Bourbon barrel - 58.4%vol£69.00
Bunnahabhain 2005 Aged 10 Years
Bourbon Hogshead - 46.0%vol - Cask No. 15034 - 278 Bottles£68.00
Images of Islay – Cattle at Islay Graveyard
53.2%vol - 312 Bottles£83.00
MOS Peat Aged 10 Years
Blended Malt Scotch Whisky - 46%vol£40.00
Port Charlotte 2004 Aged 12 Years
Bourbon Barrel - 57.3%vol - Cask No. 900 - 225 bottles£99.99
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Bartels Whisky have bottled a single cask of 27 Year old Isle of Jura and it is stunning. Floral flavours are very prominent overall with some beautiful deep woody impressions and a finish which definitely leaves you wanting more. Click here to fins out more and read the full tasting notes.