Bowmore 12 year old – Dusk

Apr 23, 2014 1 Comment by

Alcohol:46
Region:Islay
Color:Burnt Orange
Nose:Emphatic burnt grass, peaty, soft smokiness
Body:Sharp and assertive
Palate:Fragrant smokiness seems to waft against an oily, earthy, background; some seaweedand sherry..
Finish:Sustained smokiness all the way through, it surges in the finish, lots of salt, too.
First Tasted:July 2008
Price: $
Number: 231
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One Response to “Bowmore 12 year old – Dusk”

  1. Whisky Lassie says:

    Fondest memory of the Bowmore 12 – My husband and I were out walking our two Bernese Mountain Dogs one cold January night and as we neared a lookout over a beautiful frozen lake, he pulled out two nosing glasses and a flask with Bowmore 12. Well, I strongly recommend you try this dram outside on the coldest night your climate allows, the smoky earthy flavors are accentuated GREATLY in the cold night air.

    Not only was it an excellent opportunity to nose/taste the Bowmore in a completely different atmosphere, it was the perfect dram!

    Cheers…

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