Kilchoman has launched its 100% Islay twelfth Version. Distilled from the model’s 2011, 2012, and 2013 barley harvests, consisting of publican barley selection, the whisky was then matured in 29 bourbon barrels and 6 oloroso sherry butts for no less than 8 years.
The 100% Islay vary, Islay’s solely Single Farm Single Malt, is on the heart of every thing Kilchoman does. It represents the revival of conventional farm distilling; rising their very own barley for malting, distilling, maturing, and bottling each bottle of the 100% Islay vary on website.
“It’s a beautiful 100% Islay, wealthy and fruity on the nostril then a number of citrus sweetness and tropical fruit on the palate with waves of peat smoke coming by means of on the end,” says Anthony Wills, Kilchoman Founder.
This yr, the distillery grew barley on a complete of 138 acres. The harvest has begun and with good luck in addition to good climate it can hopefully get completed over the following week.
The Kilchoman 100% Islay twelfth Version will probably be accessible from Kilchoman stockists around the globe starting this week. For extra info, head over to the distillery’s official web site.