Kilchoman / Abbey Whisky

Kilchoman 2009 PX Finish Single Cask (Abbey Whisky) Review

Velvet Figit's like buses none for ages then they all come along at once and here's another Kilchoman review, this time an Abbey Whisky Exclusive finished in PX Casks.

A fantastically jammy, plummy prune note mixes with the earthy, mossy, heathery peat smoke from this to make a fabulous dram that ticks all the boxes for me.

There aren't many drams out there than can combine these flavours quite so well, this is a brilliant dram and one, if you like Kilchoman, you should definitely be picking up from Abbey Whisky

Thanks again to Abbey Whisky for the official sample.

Tasting Notes & Details

Nose

Big strong liquorice with big dried fruit sherry notes that come out as tobacco and gentle coffee bean with an earthy heather mossy chalky note like a raisin flavoured Edinburgh rock and damson jam and hints of prune

Palate

Liquorice and aniseed with damson jam with tobacco leaves and dried fruit cake with heathery smoky peatiness and coffee beans

Finish

Liquorice and tobacco

Bottle Details

Bottle Name: Kilchoman 2009 PX Finish Single Cask (Abbey Whisky)
Age: 2009 Vintage
ABV: 58.30
Distiller: Kilchoman
Bottler: Abbey Whisky
Type: Single Cask Single Malt
From: Scotland, Islay
Posted: 21/11/2014 by Tom



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