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Whisky Reviews for Talisker Skye
5 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 81.90 points
- Everything I want from a talisker, just less of it. Like a poorly watered down version of a good talisker.
- A very good sample of whisky, maybe I got a good batch from good barrels, I definitely do not have 2021, maybe 2018.
A complex, full-bodied and not at all aggressive whisky.
Fruit abundance and good balance with smoke. However, it is quite simple and does not evolve.
N:21 T:21 F:21 B:21
Much more saturated than 57.
Very fruity and honey, sweetness can be heard immediately in the aroma, malt extact, light subtle smoke, lime peel
On the palate, the subtle smokiness from the aroma is already fully felt, the tones of malt extract, the sweetness is really decent (8 out of 10), rich, oily and full-bodied, yellow-red fruits
Moderately dry, tannins and light oak bitterness, bready sourness
- Talisker Skye is the Isle of Skye's oldest distillery's ode to its contrasting landscape. Since 2015, the whisky has been produced directly on the rough sea and matured in American refill and toasted oak casks, with a slightly larger proportion of toasted casks. This gives the single malt the maritime-smoky note to get the feeling of spending a day on the coast of the Isle of Skye.
- Gold color. Rare whisky.
Dark fruits appear surprisingly. Blueberries and blueberries. In addition, a typical Talisker - salt, caramel, spices, pepper, salty caramel, sea.
Dark forest fruits. Blueberries, blueberries. Spices. Black pepper. Salt. Caramel. Salty caramel. Sea. Lots of salt.
Pretty spicy at first. Lots of salt. Sweetness. Caramel. Salty caramel. Sea salt. Medium-length finish.