Nose : Fine and subtle. This whiskey suggests that behind this small cloud of smoke, an elusive frame is revealed. In addition to the notes of peat, we approach the markers of a farm cider with a slight acid scent that explores another aromatic palette that we are not used to tasting at Kilchoman.
Palate : Frank . We clearly perceive notes of toasted wood, spices (cinnamon) as well as the touch of aging in Calvados. However, the mouth is quickly moving towards a more gourmet approach with a pastry side and hints of nuts.
Overall : Long and smoky. The finish will be under the sign of the length leaving in its wake a smoke subtly marked by citrus fruits.