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First, i am a lover of scotch whisky (Isle of Islay), single malt. A few days back i bought a bottle of Triple Wood, and i liked it, very much so. But i was dumbstruck, maybe naive of me, but i was !! Just above the bar-code, in a different language than English, i think Danish, it is printed; coloring with caramel ??!! (and so taste). Why my reaction upon this one one may ask. Simple, it is the peat, water, wood, air,... wich gives the taste and color to a whisky, no? Why switch to additives? I understand the fact that 'wood finish' may raise some questions, but that someone can provide me with an answer that gives me clarity. Now, the Triple Wood gives me a total new experience in taste, aftertaste and aroma. One can taste the surroundings, the landscape, wood and a new identity of Islay. It makes me smile. It makes me share it whit friends, talk about it and widen my experience. I love it loud. But for a further experience i would like to know why? Is this done frequently? I am not being negative about a product of this quality and its richness, but i was surprised. Still bravo for your Triple Wood and thanks.