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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Amrut Peated Cask Strength, 62,8%

Review #612
A peated Amrut bottled at cask strength. It is made with Scottish barley at 23 PPM. Peat, hay and vanilla in the smell. Some burned oak as well.

Mostly alcohol and peat in the taste at first. A bit too much alcohol compared to the peat if you ask me… Some dark flavours is also present, especially burned caramel comes forward in the finish, to name some.

A straight forward dram. Not complicated, but it delivers what is promised – a peated whisky bottled at cask strength! The ‘darker notes’ makes it a bit interesting. I will give this 82/100 (21/20/21/20).

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