Islay-based farm distillery Kilchoman is out with the twelfth version of its 100% Islay Scotch single malt whisky, famous by the distillery as representing “the revival of conventional farm distilling; rising our personal barley earlier than malting, distilling, maturing and bottling each bottle of our 100% Islay vary on web site.”
For this latested bottling on this collection Kilchoman made use of whisky “distilled from our 2011, 2012 and 2013 barley harvests, consisting of publican barley selection, then matured in 29 bourbon barrels and 6 oloroso sherry butts for at least 8 years.”
It’s a stunning 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 via on the end,” stated Anthony Wills, Kilchoman founder, in a ready assertion.
Kilchoman 100% Islay twelfth Version shall be accessible from Kilchoman stockists all over the world from now till it runs out. Official tasting notes and different info are beneath.
- Nostril: Elegant, candy peat smoke, adopted by waves of citrus and honey, ending with notes of vanilla and salted caramel.
- Palate: Bourbon-driven 100% Islay brings an preliminary malt-driven profile adopted by inexperienced fruits; apple and pear. Mild spice, raisin and toffee are current in direction of the end.
- End: Peat smoke returns and stays on the palate. The oily texture of this 100% Islay permits for a creamy profile balanced with toffee and caramelised sugar.
- Cask Sort: Bourbon & sherry
- Peat Degree: 20 components per million
- Restricted Version: 12,500 bottles