Talisker Distiller's Edition Isle of Skye Single Malt Whisky 750ml

SKU #1053430

Like all of the Classic Malts Selections Distiller's Edition, this Talisker has been double-matured in a second cask after the original maturation period (in this case in an Amoroso Sherry cask). The experience is older, sweeter and richer than the regular bottlings. This Edition has a very special bitter-sweet harmony where the peat softens on the palate to a rich, sweet, juicy fruit finish. Double Gold Medal San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2014. Strength: 43.8% ABV

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By: James Knight | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 3/7/2015 | Send Email
Of all the expressions of Talisker I've enjoyed so far, I believe that this may be my favorite. It's got the ashy peat, the caramel and sherry, and the chili pepper heat. My tasting notes don't record a kippers/smoked fish character, however: more like cream soda, cinnamon spice, and peat that smells like a spaded-up dry lawn, not like the iodine or burning leather like some Islay single malts that you may have tried. If you would like to sniff some smoky peat in your whisky, but don't like it too dry, hot, or ashy, I recommended Talisker, by all means: get both the Talisker 10 and the Distillers for comparison; both are immediately enjoyable on the caramel-sherry, subtle smoky peat and salty sense-of-place spectrum. 2002 version, bottled 2013.

By: GBrough | Review Date: 12/27/2014
Excellent and worth ever penny, has a nice brine note with fruits, peat, seaweed, chocolate, light kiss of smoke. Nice and smooth. There is an olive note in the finish.
Drink from 2014

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Alcohol Content (%): 45.6