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Whisky Reviews for Cask Islay NAS DR
6 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 81.70 points
- Aroma: light peat, honey, a barrel, a slight sourness from apples Antonovka, the smell of ash, burnt wood, perhaps a berry such as cranberries, sea freshness.
Taste: classic Islay, but without hospital and sleepers and rail, burnt pastries
Aftertaste: willow branches cast into a fire, oak distinct, and ash
Bottom line: a worthy molt, although we don’t know what is hidden there, but it looks like Bowum or Kol Ilu. On the site they say that the west coast of the island) I definitely recommend to pioneers Ayla, the barrels were really high-quality, and the price was This molt is very good!
Peat, rubber, ash, tobacco. Initially, the one-dimensional peat seems to be odor. But later also coffee, some chocolate. Also slightly sweet in the background, apricot, very light vanilla.
Salmiak, liquorice. Peperig. Peat. Then next to the peat and smoke some apricot again. Ash, smoke. Somewhat thinner. Later caramel clearly comes through.
Liquorice, very light pepper, peat, smoke, tobacco, ashes. Rubber. Caramel. Medium aftertaste.
- Actually caol Ila. Not bad for a peated. A bit thin for 46%, but good value. ￼