- Whiskybase ID
- Blended Malt
- Douglas Laing (DL)
- Bottling serie
- Limited Edition
- Finished in Sherry Casks
- Number of bottles
- 48.0 % Vol.
- 700 ml
- Bottle code
- L2004173 16:04 BB
- Bottled for
- Feis Ile 2017
- Added on
- 14 Apr 2017 11:17 am by nordkrebs
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Whisky Reviews for Big Peat Fèis Ìle 2017 DL
20 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 86.09 points
- Big Peat Feis Ile 2017 (48%). Consumed July 2018. Big improvement on the standard edition for me. Pleasant musty cat paws and mild smoke aroma. Taste is warming salty oak and smoke. Great, rounded stuff. Nice. (3.7/88)
- [2019-06-07] A very nice fragrance, then classic, but pleasant for a Big Peat.
Pleasant for a Big Peat, quite intense peat, but not intrusive. Smoke, fire, a bit medically, threads of sweet apple are clearly visible, a bit mineral in the background, richly.
Pretty spicy, warm, lots of charcoal, firewood, some green nuts and some vanilla threads in the background.
Medium long. For a change, charred wood, tobacco, is pleasant to spread, but not surprising
- 87 test in the summer, but on the street 16 ... Most that.
Nose: felt wine finish, citrus, ember smoke, raisins, tobacco, flowers
Taste: smoky, smoked, salty, ash
Finish: good and nice. Warm and comfortable.
- Nice whiskey. Moderate, unobtrusive in flavor, the taste explodes with a smoky sweetness and gradually subsides in the aftertaste.
Soft, sweet peat, lime, wine and sherry motives, smoked smoke, dry grass, balm on the roots, burnt sugar, burnt jam, baking with vanilla and fruit, light yodist, apricot drying, raisins, fried hair. Smoke is soft, background. Not alcoholic.
Smoke, ash, dried fruits, apricot drying, juicy. Delicious and successfully selected degree.
Smoke, apricot drying, soot, sweet oily, dried melon, banana. Medium duration. Nice and consistent.
- declination 2017!
lemon, vanilla, wood and chimney smoke
a little mineral, a little iodine!
return other fruits more orange
cooked fruit, malted sweetness too
peat appears well after!
the woody appears with floral notes next
it's singular because the scents are not really marked, they turn in the mouth
on caramel, wood, peat rather dry, rather pronounced, but monolithic
- great recognizable big pit in sherry