Bowmore 14 year old
Date Tasted: October 2006 # Tasted: 177
Islay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Color: Golden with a hint of rose
Nose: A good peaty aroma with a hint of lemon and sea salt
Body: Textured, round and full
Palate: A taste of dark chocolate and pears with a good smoky sea taste remaining throughout, a sweet taste of honey lingering
Finish: Long and satisfying, Laugavulin-like
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Flavor: Full-Bodied, Peaty, Salty, Sweet ABV: 40% Cost: $

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Bowmore Distillery was founded in 1779 and is located on the island of Islay, just off the coast of Scotland. It was one of the first distilleries in the country, and it is still in operation today distilling some absolutely brilliant whiskies.

The distillery is open to the public for tours and tastings. The single malt produced by Bowmore is known for its light and citrusy undertones. However, there are a several of richer malts for those that enjoy a heavy and deep taste to their whisky (these tend to have chocolate undertones). It doesn’t matter what single malt whisky you sample from their range though, almost everything Bowmore produces has an incredibly delicate smoky note.

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