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Whisky Talisker Single Malt Scotch Aged 10 Years (70cl)

peatyWine to sipICON-WINE

45.8%

0.75L

Intensity

With a typically peppery and warming finish, this whisky from the only distillery on the Isle of Skye is really one to be savoured.

More info

This is one of Talisker’s flagship whiskies, from the Isle of Skye’s only distillery. Matured for ten years in oak barrels, this whisky reveals quite a powerful character marked by notes of peat, gentle spices and salt. We appreciate its warming finish that evolves into its emblematic, peppery hints, making it a drink to savour.

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Whisky Talisker Single Malt Scotch Aged 10 Years (70cl)

The wine

This is one of Talisker’s flagship whiskies, from the Isle of Skye’s only distillery. Matured for ten years in oak barrels, this whisky reveals quite a powerful character marked by notes of peat, gentle spices and salt. We appreciate its warming finish that evolves into its emblematic, peppery hints, making it a drink to savour.

About the Producer Talisker

Scotland, Isle of Skye. Distillery operational. Owner: Diageo

A leading single malt in the Six Classic Malts range first released in the late 1980s, Talisker was already well-known to fans of peated whisky. In the 1970s, the malt was found in an 8 year old version (45.8%) and a 12 year old version (43%). The 1980s saw the addition to the label of the famous dandy Johnnie Walker, who replaced the distillery's coat of arms which had been used up until this point (50s, 60s and 70s). A key supplier of malt to the blends Johhnie Walker, Te Beag, White Horse and Isle of Skye, Talisker was for many years limited to just two expressions, the Classic Malts and Distillers Edition. From 2001, however, bottlings became more common, allowing the vaults to release venerable versions aged for 20, 25, 30 and 35 years, culminating in 2016 with the release of a Talisker 40 Year Old in the Rare Malts Selection (45.7%) limited to just five bottles worldwide. It was the first and most likely the last, as, like Lagavulin, this edition of Talisker is unique in the history of the Rare Malts range.

Detailed characteristics

Quantity: 1 bottle

Origin: domain

Recoverable VAT: yes

Original wooden case / Original case: yes

French customs seal: no

Alcohol percentage: 45.8 %

Region: Scotland - Highlands

Appellation: Whisky

Colour: amber

Service temperature: 18°

Viticulture: conventional More information....

Intensity: full-bodied

Leading aroma: peaty

Tasting occasion: wine to sip

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