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06/07/12
Talisker 57 Degrees North
 

Talisker 57 Degrees North There are always some whiskies that you just have to try, Talisker 10 Year Old is one of them in fact it should be a staple in every whisky drinkers cupboard. Some of the others from the Talisker range are stunning too and i've heard a lot of good things about this one the 57 Degrees North bottling.

A cask strength bottling at 57%, bearing no age statement. This was named for the Isle of Skye sits on the line of latitude 57 Degrees North.

Available in travel retail and from specialists such as Master of Malt this is definately worth a try.

This review was posted by: Tom

 

Bottle Name Talisker 57 Degrees North
Bottler Talisker
Distiller Talisker
Age* NAS
ABV 57.00%
Type Single Malt
Country/Region Scotland / Islands
Nose wafts of peat smoke but light not like Islays, with seaside freshness, salty brine peppered steak and lemon sole
Taste smoky and peppery with seaside notes of seaweed and muscles and some sickly sweetness like an over rich chocolate cake
Finish its a massive malt huge finish with pepper and smoke combining leaves a sweetness to the finish thats very unusual
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