Kilchoman Machir Bay

Overall rating
84.73/100
votes
354
Whiskybase ID
WB30458
Category
Single Malt
Distillery
Bottler
Distillery Bottling
Bottled
2012
Casktype
Ex-Bourbon / Oloroso Sherry
Strength
46.0 % Vol.
Size
50 ml 700 ml 750 ml
Label
Blue Label
Barcode
5060210700218
Added on
17 feb 2012 10:35 pm
UncoloredNon-chillfiltered

Average value

€ 95.32

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Whisky reviews for Kilchoman Machir Bay

52 users have left 54 reviews for this whisky. Average rating is 84.73 points.

  1. Archer scored this whisky 82 points Connoisseur

    Comparison tasting Machir Bay 2012, 2012, 2014, 2015 in the chat-Stammtisch. My order: '15 - '14 - '12 - '13
    • Nose
      At the beginning green / immature apple and ashen smoke. The smoke settles, the apple steps back, it remains in honey stirred ashes. Lemon is coming.
    • Taste
      Strong peaty start with a good shot of lemon juice. Grease and bearing oil, rain-soaked asphalt. Getting dry quickly. The lemon evaporates quickly. At the back slightly malty. Late comes a slightly metallic aftertaste.
    • Finish
      Dry, smoky, a tiny bit of oak.

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  3. Cask1988 did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    My first Kilchoman love. I especially love these older machir bay versions.
    • Nose
      A lovely youthful nose giving loads of sweetness and freshness with a gentle whiff of peat. The balance on the nose is really great. It’s giving soft citrus fruits like lime, tangerine and lemon lemonade. Further more I get straw, mint and chalky notes. I absolutely adore this. For such a young whisky it has a great and interesting nose!
    • Taste
      Soft, oily and syrupy. Very pleasant mouthfeel. Again loads of gentle citrus fruits here, as well as some spices like licorice, cinnamon and a whiff of cocoa. The peaty character shines through very refined and alive.
    • Finish
      The long finish is giving sawdust/woodshaving kind of flavors along with quite some spices and mild campfire flavors. It’s hanging in there like a champ. I absolutely adore this!

  4. Tom na Gruagaich scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    Smoky, complex for his age, sweet, round but with a good punch.

  5. lachaineduwhisky did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Very Laphroaig on the nose at first: smoke and ashes. Then, more sweetness with barley sugar, a hint of grapes and sherry. The storm passed, vanilla. On the palate, powerful and maritime, then more greedy with cereals, a prune side with honey at the end of the mouth. Peaty finish, fruity, a little sweet and very salty, very long on the ashes. Enthusiasm 3/5

  6. Crann feàrna scored this whisky 81 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      82 82
    • Taste
      79 79
    • Finish
      80 80

  7. Lorion scored this whisky 65 points Connoisseur

    Straight smoker, a bit immature. 65!
    • Nose
      Smoky, fresh, youthful.
    • Taste
      Biting alcohol. Smoke. Slight citrus, slightly bitter.
    • Finish
      Medium long, warm, ashy.

  8. Crann feàrna scored this whisky 81 points Expert Senior

    Young whisky. Needs more maturation. Overrated.
    • Nose
      w/o water: dry smoke. Minty. Dry lavender. Freshly clipped ivy. Light sweetness of dried flowers.

      w/ water: more mild. More sweet. Less smoke.
    • Taste
      w/o water: dry-sweet arrival. Development of dry heat to sharp nip.

      w/ water: short, soft and sweet arrival. Very dry development. Briny smoke. Maritime notes.
    • Finish
      w/o water: dry-spicy-sweety finish.

      w/ water: briny, maritime, minral finish

  9. Cubey666 scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    Nose: some light smoke, quite fruity with some smoked meat notes. tasty!

    Taste: vanilla and peat, some hints of smoke and meat.

    Finish: medium long.
    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      84 84

  10. hs305 scored this whisky 80 points Connoisseur

    [October, 2012]  I had this dram during a Prof. Schobert "Islay" tasting at Bonn.

    In
    my old rating system (ten scales that translate into WB points: 50
    - 66 - 75 - 80 - 82,5 - 85 - 87,5 - 90 - 92,5 - 95) I scored it 80.  My notes state a very immature profile (yes, this is underage whisky!).  This bach was a multivintage release of 3+4+5 year old Kilchoman.

  11. uap304 scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    I'm going to have to come back to this distillery in the future.
    • Nose
      Burning. Faint peat.
    • Taste
      Chewy and oily. A splash of sweet vanilla and then candied fruits. Nice balance of fruit and wood. Young and peppery. A mix of light peat and tobacco.
    • Finish
      Long and lasting. Tobacco turning to leather and malt.

  12. Albaron scored this whisky 87 points Specialist

    A strong smoker, but otherwise mild, although so young, which one notices, good to drink, very tasty and uncomplicated. He has a few rough edges, but that's not wrong.
    • Nose
      dry smoke, creamy toffee, vanilla, lemon, some menthol and malt
    • Taste
      dry smoke, vanilla and some fresh lemon and menthol. Maltings interwoven in everything. A reflection of the nose
    • Finish
      the smoke stays pretty long, in addition to the malting

  13. Archer scored this whisky 82 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      82 82
    • Taste
      83 83
    • Finish
      81 81

  14. megabreit did not rate this whisky Expert Junior

    Looks older than he is. Sherry has no effect on me here.
    • Nose
      cold smoke, grassy hints and a light touch of ripe bananas
    • Taste
      Smoke and ash are immediately present, behind it vanilla and a light fruit component, a little dark chocolate. All existing notes are obscured by a bitter note towards the end.
    • Finish
      medium and dry with memory of dusty attic or basement

  15. Marko_I did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    Conclusion: Machir Bay 2012/13/14/15, Conclusion: Overall, the smoke is rather bitter, with many sweet, lighter notes and pepper at all, but there are clear differences. Overall pretty mature for their low age, little metallic notes, but rather something for people who like it peaty-vigorous-and-strong, with (formerly) each ~ 45 € just OK.
    The 12er is quite interesting for tasting (and the most interesting of the 4), but so to enjoy me is personally too much cable fire in it. The 15er is similarly open-hearted in the nose, more flavorful and less bitter, would probably be the best a shelf candidate. 13 & 14 I find flatter and also quite bitter, cut the worst in the comparison, my order: 15> 12> 14> 13.
    • Nose
      not metallic or pungent, the smoke is strong and present, but does not bother me intrusive, lets the other notes through well, there is a lot of sweetness, cereals, honey, mushy banana, but also some grass, flower cut
    • Taste
      strong (you could also appreciate about 46%), bites properly in the tongue, the smoke beats here crass and bitter, ashes, gewsorter Kunsstoff, in addition a lot of pepper, but mainly bitter, bitter, bitter .... there is also sweetness but it's hard to pick up or identify anything ... sweetened strong coffee, burnt chocolate cake (with a plastic spoon forgotten in baking)
    • Finish
      Coffee, bitter ... the pepper remains the longest

  16. recursiewhisky scored this whisky 89 points Expert Senior

    Again a nice single malt from Kilchoman. They know how to get a good balance in the whisky, making it interesting and pleasant to drink. He comes across a bit brighter than the 2013 edition.
    http://www.worldwhisky.nl/recensie-272-kilchoman-machir-bay-2012/
    • Nose
      A powerful, intense and clear whisky with notes of smoke, medicinal notes (plasters, sleepers and iodine), ham, lemon, wine vinegar, lemon peel, white chocolate, hint of floral notes, peach, ash, brine and vanilla.
    • Taste
      a spicy, powerful and bitterly sweet whisky with notes of earthy peat, smoke, medicinal notes (sleepers and iodine) black pepper, oak, tannin, toffee, green apple, chocolate, anise (star aniseed?), vanilla, cereals, hay, salt liquorice and mineral notes
    • Finish
      A long and warm aftertaste with notes of smoke, earthy peat, plasters, black currants, honey, charcoal ash, oak and brine

  17. Keur scored this whisky 88 points Member Senior

    Nose: Fresh Fruit, Light Peated, some hints of Vanilla.
    Taste: Nice fresh Whisky, a young whisky – sturdy and impatient, decent amount of peat.
    Finish: Sweet and short, not too explosive and light.
    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      86 86
    • Finish
      88 88

  18. rottendon scored this whisky 83 points Connoisseur

    From the Oloroso there is nothing to find here, the missing age is well concealed by the smoke. Due to the good alcohol inclusion, he seems almost somewhat weak despite the 46%. Not my favorite vintage, but a good everyday dram.
    • Nose
      Beautiful ashy smoke, honey and vanilla, lemon peel, which becomes increasingly stronger and changes to lemon juice. Warms sweeter, in between attacks of smoked meat and campfire, but in general the smoke has a rather ashy style.
    • Taste
      In the taste alcoholic very mild and honey sweet, before the smoke comes to the advantage. A short peppery approach brings some pep in the matter. Drying off over time and becoming slightly sour tart. The metallic notes are well hidden, but are present.
    • Finish
      Pretty long, ashy finish in the beginning, the sweet still dominates but relatively quickly vanished.

  19. fradin11 scored this whisky 87 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      87 87
    • Finish
      86 86

  20. Peaty_Nino scored this whisky 87 points Member Senior

    • Nose
      88 88
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      90 90

  21. Magnus Hillman scored this whisky 86 points Expert Senior

    Impressive cereal sweetness in good balance with the peat smoke. Does not feel as young as many current NAS releases, but then again it is easier to hide youth behind a steady quality peat smoke curtain.

    (Rating interval 85-88p)
    • Nose
      Young spirit and creamy malt, vanilla and cereal appear behind the raw peat smoke. Smoky honey, lemon and some mint freshness.
    • Taste
      Sweet arrival with smoky, creamy malt on the palate. It develops into pepper, powdered licorice, vanilla and lemon behind a steady peat smoke drapery but also balanced by sweet cereal. 
    • Finish
      the finish is rather long and dominated by peat smoke, black pepper and licorice.

  22. Rom did not rate this whisky Expert Junior

    The nose is dominated by peat and smoke. Balanced mouth between vanilla and peat. Still young but promising. The sherry cask did not significantly influence the spirit.

  23. Helgo scored this whisky 90 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      90 90
    • Taste
      93 93
    • Finish
      91 91

  24. Gos Ruben scored this whisky 87 points Expert Junior

    a hero is born :-)
    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      93 93

  25. Erik Elixir scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    tasted with Whiskyclub Spakenburg

    Kilchoman tasting 02-2015
    • Nose
      oily, peat, green apples, and some sweet tones
    • Taste
      oily, seaweed, citrus, fruity, ashes and pastry
    • Finish
      oily, peat, ashes and rubber 

  26. MrManners scored this whisky 80 points Member Senior

    • Nose
      79 79
    • Taste
      81 81
    • Finish
      79 79

  27. wekke did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Gold Medal 2012, International Wine & Spirits Competition

  28. harriedv scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      85 85
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      83 83

  29. kalervo scored this whisky 85 points Member Senior

    Very good, not quite like Loch Gorm. I tasted Kerttulin in Kievar 10/2014.
    • Nose
      Fresh fruits, strong peat
    • Taste
      Peel, slightly soft spice, slightly gentle fruit
    • Finish
      Like in the taste, long sweet pepper, pleasant aftertaste

  30. Hvdree scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      85 85

  31. Hansi scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    Very tasty and complex whisky for the young age; very similar to the Machir Bay 2013
    • Nose
      Beautiful peat smoke nose: Campfire on the beach; then honey and nut, followed by cooked yellow fruit, also coconut, marshmallows and spicy notes; slight alcoholic sharpness
    • Taste
      Smoky, medium body, slightly oily; a lot of honey and nut, then yellow fruits, on the tongue tingling sharpness, a bit metallic
    • Finish
      medium long, smoky-dry, spicy, slightly metallic

  32. markjedi1 scored this whisky 84 points Connoisseur

    This Machir Bay is a
    typical Islay with a nice tropical edge, thanks to the sherry cask. Thanks,
    Pat!
    • Nose
      Soft nose on lime,
      mild ashes, hay and freshly cut grass. Underneath a nice layer of tropical
      fruit. Pineapple appears in my mind’s eye. Turns quite floral after a while,
      but far from disturbing. The peat is fairly discreet.
    • Taste
      On the palate, it is
      a lot sweeter. The tropical fruit comes first (pineapple again, but also peach
      and apricot), then a good helping of spices (ginger, black pepper, aniseed).
      The peat is much more powerful, giving him a nice smoky character. The ashes
      are discernable too. A drop of fish oil gives it a salty edge. Nice!
    • Finish
      The finish is
      surprisingly long without a trace of oak. Sweet and smoky.

  33. JacobaEd scored this whisky 88 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      87 87
    • Taste
      88 88
    • Finish
      89 89

  34. Taita scored this whisky 80 points Expert Junior

    Although a quality base whisky it can not deny its young age. Rather expensive for its quality
    • Nose
      Fresh fruits, citrics, plywood, some vanilla and greenhouse on a peaty base
    • Taste
      Pears, some citrics, plywood, peat and some herbs, pepper
    • Finish
      plywood, peat, pepper

  35. nlsanand scored this whisky 81 points Member Junior

    A little pricey for so young. But this is obviously quite good whisky for a three yr. old. I'll revisit this whisky in a few years, and am expecting a belter.
    • Nose
      82 82
    • Taste
      85 85
    • Finish
      77 77

  36. Peatpilgrim scored this whisky 90 points Member Senior

    The Machir Bay had an additional maturation period in a Sherry cask. This my merry maltsippers was a good move by Kilchoman. The additional sweetness lifts the malt from being only a peaty moster. Well done Kilchoman!
    • Nose
      Peat, smoke, cheese, ashy, raw, woodsmoked ham, cold ash, freshly mowed grass, hay, straw, wet ash, chutney, marmelade, grassy, curry-ketchup, tropical fruits, grandmas old spices lying around in the same cupboard since 1953
    • Taste
      Bark, grassy, fresh peat, peat, peat and peat, cayenne pepper, ginger, smoke, wet-cold ash, sweet, crisp, allspice,anise, sambuca, white pepper, mocha, organic-sweetness, not artificial
    • Finish
      somehow peaty what a surprise. smoky, sweet and fruity, very little wood, if any at all, ashy

  37. Hans-Ludwig did not rate this whisky Shoplink Moderator

    The Kilchoman comes in the color of bright amber. The nose is spoiled by a wonderful combination of peat smoke and fruit. On the tongue shows a successful mixture of smoke and sweet fruits. Salt and sea flavors can also be discovered. The finish is long and warm and a bit spicy.
    Only three years and the Kilchoman is already so much fun. The smoke is not nearly as pronounced as many other Islay whiskys and that leaves a lot of room for the fruit flavors, great!

  38. alectron scored this whisky 85 points Connoisseur

    Single dram note. 2013_11.
    Transferring previous Note (2013.11.24) content into a Tasting Note.
    • Nose
      peat & hessian, grassy, citrus.
    • Taste
      peat & hessian, grassy, citrus.

  39. Ras Mazunga scored this whisky 85 points Super Administrator

    Picture is right but label on the bottle is wrong: 750 ml on label but bottle is 700 ml.

  40. nc2malt did not rate this whisky Expert Senior

    Taken from bottle label, Dr. James Swan - Whisky Consultant
    • Nose
      Strong peaty aromas with a soft complex blend of mixed fruits.
    • Taste
      Hints of vanilla and rich tropical fruits with an intense sweetness.
    • Finish
      A classic Islay malt - fresh, peaty, with a long lingering finish.

  41. zinaf scored this whisky 88 points Expert Senior

    This is big whisky. Great nose - a real chameleon. Delicious on the palate. 
    • Nose
      Tar; burnt tyres; sea breeze; salt; a bit oily; grass; bee's wax gets upfront with some time.

      With water: sweet; icing sugar; then waxy and salt, then something smoky again.
    • Taste
      Ardbeg-y; not too tarry though. Salt, sour delights (think of Turkish delights and then imagine them sour :) )

      Very nice robust flavours.
    • Finish
      long

  42. ab-mang scored this whisky 88 points Member Senior

    Colour: Light Gold. 

    Nose: The peat and brine are strong, but suitably restrained. Blood Oranges bring acidic notes and slight hints of (uncooked) speck lurk behind. Complexity that defies the young age of the whisky, yet has young fresh qualities with it. 

    Initial Taste: The peat is young and fresh on arrival. Perhaps not as subtle as the nose advertises, but not overbearing. The blood oranges on the nose have ripened and bring in waves of sweetness to compliment the salty brine. 

    Body: Elusive. One moment it flutters lightly across the palette and then when I return to it a few minutes later I am detecting a rich creaminess. Confusing, but enjoyably so. 

    Finish: Finish is long and complex, the fresh smoke on arrival matures as it fades. However the sweetness of the citrus fades with it and leaves behind a slight over-representation of the acidic qualities. All in all this whisky finishes surprisingly well for its age.

    Price: Excellent value. Complexity of an older whisky at the price of a 3-5 year old. 

    Presentation: I really appreciate the fact that the bottling year ("Edition") appears the bottle label. I hope the trend continues and spreads.

    Conclusion: Will definitely consider purchasing again, and will be keeping an eye out for the 2013 release.
    • Nose
      91 91
    • Taste
      89 89
    • Finish
      82 82

  43. Igor scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    • Nose
      Sweetish, heady smell of ripe fruits, soft fruit, cereals, sucrose, very rummy, iced éclair, vanilla coke.
    • Taste
      Mildly biting, iodine, seaweed, slightly brackish, kipper, ligneous, cream sherry, nutmeg, candied roasted almonds, honey. Overall it's nicely balanced.
    • Finish
      Very smooth, well-coordinated and consistent finish. Barley sugar, aniseed, peppery, horseradish, dried tea leaves, mealy, tattie scone, crabmeat, dried anchovy, processed cheese, a peaty tang and diesel fuel.

  44. Sonett scored this whisky 83 points Connoisseur

    • Nose
      Interesting Nose. A soft but dominant charcoal smoke mixed with peat, lemon peel, vanilla and salty coastal notes. A new make is also clearly detectable.
    • Taste
      Enters soft and sweet, a puff of smoke when swallowed followed by increasing peppery spices
    • Finish
      Medium long to long finish mainly with a peppery spicy taste fading out in soft vanilla with a hint of smoke

  45. Ivynor scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    It's pretty good, certainly not complex but slightly greedy and accessible.
    • Nose
      Kilchoman, the art of selling expensive young bottles. But for the moment, the house is holding up well. Finally, the 12-year-old Kilchoman is likely to be overrated?
      Finely peated, with a hint of zest (lemon). A little wax. Slightly medicinal.
    • Taste
      Waxy (especially on the end), sweet, oily. A little lemon and salted butter caramel. Together quite greedy.
    • Finish
      Long. Start marked by wax, smoke and then last notes of ashes. A little drying though.

  46. HunterRomario scored this whisky 84 points Expert Senior

    The smell is great, the flavor is a little lagging, but due to its age it is an admirable performance. Stylishly similar is Caol Ila Moch.
    • Nose
      A pile of muddy peat, straw, sour tones, fruity, salty, dried lemon peel . Due to age, the scent is sufficiently full and distinctive. (85 b)
    • Taste
      The taste is (compared to the scent) slightly thinner. Frozen peat with a long smoky finish. (83 b)

  47. Jaap Kooiman scored this whisky 88 points Member Senior

    What a surprise is this Kilchoman.
    Just 3 years old, and tasting so matured. 

    Nose: Sea, hot seaweed pebbles on the beach when dried up. Very sweet en fresh with hints of menthol / citrus and pineapple.  
    A friend was thinking about a petrolstation on a hot summer day. He drives a convertible ^^

    Taste is very peaty but it`s a sweet peat. Not ashtray like. More like sweet wood on a campfire with surrounded by burned marshmallows. Got a nice body, quite thick, very round an warm and not edgy in the mouth or throat like you would expect from such a young spirit. 

    Finish is quite long and present with sherry/vanilla sweetnes, not so much smoke. It`s the sherry that bring you further where whisky like young Laphroaig stop and leave you with just smoke. This is great!

    Kilchoman is the nicest whisky I bought this year. The rich taste with just 3 years on the cask`s means they really know what they are doing there.
    • Nose
      86 86
    • Taste
      90 90
    • Finish
      87 87

  48. BeatF scored this whisky 84 points Photo Moderator

    this mix of his predecessors has lost a bit of liveliness and clarity for me and thus a point of valuation ... but still a great drop!
    • Nose
      ashen peat, but the barley malt is not lost; Kelp, which summons the sea
    • Taste
      a peat which is mashed with dried fruit
    • Finish
      the ash remains, very slight metallicity, but also more fruit, light vanilla background, pepper, chocolate, but not all that long

  49. pilgrim77 scored this whisky 87 points Expert Senior

    Fresh and youthful, but in a nice and distinctive way. Lots of soft peat smoke on the nose and palate, balanced by sweet orchard fruits and some vanilla custard. Long, lingering smoky finish with a faint hint of heather. A great malt in the making (a possible Ardbeg and Lagavulin beater?), but more than capable of standing on its own two feet, even at this tender age. Good price:quality ratio and beautiful presentation. A drop of water tamed a lot of the youthful edges and brought forward the fruit and vanilla.
    • Nose
      89 89
    • Taste
      84 84
    • Finish
      86 86

  50. Edwin de Lange scored this whisky 94 points Expert Senior

    As expected of Kilchoman, this is a great dram, nice peaty, straightforward, clear and lots of taste. A real Islay style.

  51. Malt Hans scored this whisky 89 points Connoisseur

    Smoky and malty aroma, custard, ripe orange,

    banana, chocolate, wet hay and lavender. Vanilla sweet taste, sweet

    mustard, smoked ham, barbecue sauce and peated malt. Long, peaty, sweet

    and herbal end.

  52. SilentStill scored this whisky 85 points Expert Senior

    Phew, damn hard. I stick to it: For his age continues considerable and especially in the nose worth a recommendation. All in all, certainly not to be despised and as a transition to the islaylastigen part of a Tastings not a bad choice.
    • Nose
      A very nice touch of fresh leather. Also the Peatlevel is well done and lets you guess, that you do not want to break Islay records in the future. 46%, nice that you leave it here at the regular drinking strength. Again and again this impression of leather that fascinates me. Not as fresh over time, but no less good. No wonder in complexity, but a round thing and certainly a more than decent Islay Daily Dram .
    • Taste
      Interestingly, the first thing that stays on the palate is a hint of chili. And here it is again: The still succinct youthfulness, although a little tamed by the drinking strength, but by no means quite tamed. An earthiness, coupled with a change of gentle vanilla notes and a slightly bitter aroma. On the palate, I miss a little more power and smoke. With water, I would be more careful, thereby freeing those who do not even moderate Bitternoten, this is.
    • Finish
      Not really significant in intensity and length, but quite pleasing.

  53. GJR did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    Did buy one and mine is also "wrong" : Box states 700ml, label on bottle states 750 ml. Not going to try if there is 750 ml in it or 700ml. Just going to enjoy it ! 

  54. OUZO did not rate this whisky Member Senior

    750ml is on the label

  55. QuarterCentury did not rate this whisky Connoisseur

    Machir
    Bay is the latest release from Kilchoman Distillery and will continue
    to be available all year round. Added to the core range, the vatting
    will be developed each year by adding more matured casks. 

    This years Machir Bay contains 60% 3-year-old, 35% 4-year-old and 5% 5-year-old whisky, each have been matured in fresh bourbon barrels before
    being finished off in oloroso sherry butts for 8 weeks.

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