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KILCHOMAN Inaugural Release
46%, Single Malt Whisky, Scotland / Islay, 70cL, Ref : COL15359
The first new distillery to be opened on the island for 124 years, Kilchoman set up shop at the Rockside farm in June 2005. Around a third of the barley it uses is produced and malted on site. Fittingly named Inaugural Release, this version distilled in 2006 and released on 9 September 2009 was matured in bourbon casks...See more
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Nose : lively, refined. On the initial nose, an intense smoke covers the aromatic palette. Notes of slate, citrus fruit, camphor (lemon, grapefruit), vanilla and liquorice gradually pierce through this veil. Allowed to breathe, the peat becomes more present. It is rooty (gentian) and saline. In the background, tiger balm and clove highlight its medicinal, spicy character.
Palate : sharp, elegant. After a very lively attack in which peat plays the leading role, the palate becomes increasingly unctuous. Next, vanilla, juicy pear and white grape feed a very fresh mid-palate. At the end of the palate, agave, cut grass and aromatic plants (sage, savory) bring out its vegetal character.
Overall : long, very peaceful. At the start of the finish, dark chocolate, lichen and a hint of seaweed bring incredible nuance to a now oily and cocoa peat. Very mineral (slate), clearly reminiscent of a mezcal (Tobala agave). The retronasal olfaction wavers between Mirabelle plum jam, fresh walnut, cigar smoke and grilled meat. The empty glass is intensely floral (lily, lilac, lily of the valley), exotic (banana, pineapple) and empyreumatic (pine, cedar).
- Categorization : Whiskies - Single Malt
- Brand : kilchoman
- Origin : Scotland - Islay
- Merchant : No information.
- Strength : 46%
- Volume : 70cL
- Peated : Peated
- Packaging : no
- Ref. : COL15359
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