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Whisky Reviews for An Cnoc peatheart
27 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 83.45 points
- Peat, white pepper, light sweetness, simple and straightforward. Used it in godfather cocktails.
- Quite simple, yet balanced. Overall for peated whisky better stick to Islay
Light peat, bakery, smoky, sweet, barley
Sweet, peated, pepper, spicy
Short, woody, spicy, light peat
- Strong alcohol notes
Too much alcohol in the mouth
- Blind tasting
Oily in the glass, very light color, reminiscent of white wine.
I tapped on Islay (young Caol Ila or Lagavulin), possibly finish in a sweet wine barrel, for example. Moscatel and ABV of about 50%, and about 35ppm
The resolution as an Ancnoc really surprised me! ????
When smelling, the alcohol stings refreshingly easily. Then light fruit, salt, smoky smoke
The whisky tastes sweet, reminds me of apples and apricots. Slightly metallic teen. The smoke tastes slightly greasy here too.
The finish is quite long and bright fruitiness and cold smoke remain after more than 10 minutes.
- Tasted on May 6th, 2019 in the Knockdhu Distillery during the Spirit of Speyside Festival.
Warm smoke, orange, lemon, apple, pear, cereals, honey, peach, but also cold smoke and ash from time to time, grass, straw,
Honey, cereals, apple, lime, grapefruit, some wood, pepper
Um where is the smoke? I don't taste ...