Talisker 18 year old

Jan 06, 2016 2 Comments by

Alcohol:45.8
Region:Highlands
Color:Orange
Nose:Toffee, bitter-sweet chocolate, and toasted nuts
Body:Full, textured
Palate:Toffeeish, then toasty, peppery with some sherry
Finish:Powerful spice and pepper
First Tasted:February 2006
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2 Responses to “Talisker 18 year old”

  1. Gregor says:

    I think you will find that Talisker is an ‘island’ malt and not from the highland region as you state in the tasting notes.

  2. Gregor says:

    Sorry, should have added that although ‘island’ malts are strictly classed under highland’s, I believe you should add a distinction about them.

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