- Single Malt
- Distillery Bottling
- Bottling serie
- Yeun Elez
- Number of bottles
- 46.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Whisky Tourbé (peated whisky)
- Added on
- 23 Sep 2020 3:43 pm by elchingy
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1 member rating
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Whisky Reviews for Armorik Jobic
2 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.00 points
- First bottle opened this evening. 5cl in the glass. All drunk little by little. I am very pleasantly surprised by the quality of this whisky which scores a lot of points. Everything is there or almost. Beautiful dirty peat tinged with hay, charcoal smoke, iodine, salt, camphoric freshness, yellow fruit and the roundness given by the bourbon cask. I also find a nice chalky side to it. The finish is quite drying (as with charcoal) and leaves the lips salty as well as a certain vegetal freshness. Great success!
- An exciting new peated bottling from Warenghem !
Yeun Elez Jobic is a peated Breton whisky, distilled from peated Scottish malt at 50ppm. Breton Whisky Single Malt, it has been distilled and aged to highlight its delicate, elegant and fruity peat. The name Yeun Elez comes from an ancient peat bog located in the heart of the Armorica Natural Park, and cradle of many Breton legends (such as that of Tadic Coz shown on the pack).
Color: Pale yellow with slight golden reflections.
Nose: Beautiful aromatic intensity, the peat turns out to be medicinal (camphor, clove) but supported by fruity notes, bananas, cooked peaches, and pastry (cream pastry).
Taste: The smoke envelops the palate, citrus notes bring freshness. Nice roundness with a hint of salinity
Final: A lingering, iodized and spicy finish, ending with a warm wood fire.