- Appearance : or pâle.
- Nose : puissant, particulièrement aromatique. Sur les épices, gentiane, gingembre, cardamone. Bâton de réglisse. S’ouvre sur des notes de paille, de cuir.
- Palate : concentrée, sans compromis. Citron, puis bouff ée de fumée, de tourbe, de réglisse, zan, cachou.
- Overall : sans fin. Sur le feu de cheminée, la cendre, le feu éteint. Une pointe d’amertume.
- The brand
As well as reflecting its smoky, malted barley, Caol Ila is also oily and peaty, with marine and vegetable notes. Its recent official bottlings, which are particularly expressive, have an intense smoky and peaty character with a good balance of saltiness and sweetness. Superb versions of this single malt have also been released by independent bottlers Gordon MacPhail & Signatory Vintage. Caol Ila’s stills, which are large and onion-shaped, have a strong influence on this single malt and give it a fairly light and delicate character. Find out more
Created in 1698, Berry Bros. & Rudd is one of the oldest wine and spirits merchants in the United Kingdom. Official suppliers to the British crown since the 18th century, the Berry and Rudd family is best known for offering a range of original and innovative products. The London shop located at 3 St James Street is a testament to the history of their knowledge and expertise and known for being home to experts with extremely high standards. In its role as a spirits bottler, Berry Bros. & Rudd selects and bottles high-quality whiskies and rums under the names “Berrys’ Own Selection, “BBR Retro” and “Exceptional Casks”.
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