“When I first saw the price I thought "What the hell!? £50?! That's expensive". Well, I have to agree with the price tag, there is lots of old peated whisky inside this blend. I just miss a more intense palate, but if you enjoy light whiskies this is a real crack.”
So they send a blending kit to ten prominent bloggers and they crafted their recipes. People then was allowed to buy a sample set of the 10 blended whiskies and cast their vote on one of them. The result is this whisky.
This dram has a amber-like color.
Nose (88): average. honey, wood, dried fruits, peat, citrus. Really interesting. Very old whisky in this blend...umm... maybe a bit of Caol Ila 30 years old?
Palate (87): light, smooth. honey, a bit candies, peat, citrus, spices, wood, pepper, citrus.
Finish (86): average. peat, wood, sweet, floral.So based on other whiskies I have already tasted I rate this St Isidore with 87 points over 100.
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Thanks to Master of Malt for the official sample.