Contrary to the peated version, which uses malt from Scotland, this version uses French malt.
Taol Esa (which means “the try-out”) was first released in 2008, but I’ve tried the 2009 release. All of the… read more
This is the 2009 release of the peated Glann ar Mor whisky (30-35 ppm). This second release comes from two ex-bourbon barrels and one Sauternes cask and is brought down to 46%. It’s again very limited and… read more
Kornog is the peated version of the Glann ar Mor whisky. This French distillery is located in Brittany, a region which has quite a lot of Celtic influence.
This is the first cask ever bottled of the … read more
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