Gifts for 80 yr old woman
With water musk melon marzipan and malted milk.
Finsih/aftertaste: Now the barrel kicks in, chocolate, sherry notes.
It tasted like shoe polish/acetone.
I got a bottle for my 40th though and it is beautiful!If God would have made a better Islay Single Malt he would have kept it for Himself!It IS an acquired taste, it IS a love it or leave it; hopefully you leave it for the benefit of all the lovers.It's not as smooth as say Cao Ila which i find more to my liking.Really some of the grammar, spelling and script is quite, quite appalling.After drinking about 15cl, you still feel that amazing peat after-taste ipad air discount price even after 10-15 minutes.But then it all goes wrong and not only does the sherry finishing seem to disappear but also the minerally peat edge.A good friend had my father and i try.Died and gone to heaven.And yes, it goes quite nicely with a fine robusto.
Simply astonishing how well rounded this single malt.
All in all definitely worth a try Skew It On The Bar-B I would hear reviews about "peaty" "smoky" whiskies and would be scared yet excited to know if I would like this type of whisky or not.Just the right balance of peat smoke and fruity complexity.Mouthwatering phenolic sweetness with smokey overtones, hints of spice and fresh fruit soaked in sour dough and nutty chocolate.Great, but Laphroaig is still better I just went to BevMo with intent to buy a 50 dollar bottle of a good peaty Islay single malt I hadn't tried before.Smooth with a magical blend of flavors and complexity.The only "mix" I would have with this whiskey or any other in it's class is a little carstens coupon code bit of high quality water.The best part is the intense, smoky finish which comes so smoothly to the senses.However, I must say I was blown away when I had this!It's just a masterpeace.Bhind the smoke I get some faint sweet t it taste kinda plastic/aspartame sweet.
Im wondering if its certain pallets that get this plastic/metal smell or if its certain batches, but this was very disappointing.