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Kilchoman Machir Bay

Nose: Soft cooked fruits with strong peaty aromas.
Palate: Soft mixed fruits and vanilla with an intense sweetness.
Finish: A Classic islay malt now showing the benefit of additional ageing. A long lingering finish.
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Scottish
Keyword: Bourbon Cask Finish, Islay, Oloroso Cask Finish, Peated, Scotch, Single Malt, Whisky
Author: Tammy Spencer, Scotch & Scones

Tasting Notes

  • Nose: Sniffing campfire that’s been out a few hours, musty, old Colonial house
  • Taste: Very soft, peat not predominate (more on the nose), leather bound books
  • Finish: Struck match flavor lives long
  • Comments: Wow, that’s good! Peat is present but syncs with the greater presence of flavors. This is a scotch I'd definitely buy; with water, a nose full of ash, peat devolves into mushrooms, and fades to black. Excellent!