Talisker 10 year old

Feb 11, 2016 1 Comment by

Alcohol:40
Region:Highlands
Color:Bright amber-red
Nose:Pungent, smoke-accented, rounded
Body:Full, slightly syrupy
Palate:Smoky, malty-sweet, sour, peppery
Finish:Very peppery, huge, long
First Tasted:September 2002
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One Response to “Talisker 10 year old”

  1. Tom Calfee says:

    I think you missed the point on Talisker. It is supposed to be young, pungent, new, alive, and untamed. that is its fun–you get all the flavors before they settle down. And it is soooo complex and powerful.

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