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Closure: Screw / Stelvin cap
Product of: United Kingdom
Established in 1879 by three brothers who were tea blenders in Aberdeen, it’s believed the Graham brothers’ original blended Scotch whisky comprised peated Speyside malts, but for years Black Bottle was based on Islay malts. In September 2013 it was re-blended to be more in keeping with the original Read more
Sampled on 08/11/2016
Clear, bright coppery amber with polished gold highlights.
Honey, barky wood, old leather, hay bale, ashtray, shoe polish, peach and faint peaty smoke.
Honeyed sweetness, nubuck leather, pear, apple pie, candied ginger, cinnamon and black pepper spice with ashtray smokiness.
Long sweet vanilla and leather with nutmeg and pepper spice. Mild smoke.
The smoky ashtray and shoe polish notes in this blend make it somewhat polarising. Some with love and admire its distinctive character others will yearn the return of the former Islay Black Bottle blend.
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