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Type – Single Malt
Age – 15 Year Old
Location – Islay
Cask – Sherry
Price – £52.90
Smokiness – 3/5
Fruitiness – 2/5
Oakiness – 2/5
Spiciness – 3.5/5
Boldness – 3.5/5
Sometimes you wish the scotch you smell tastes like the aroma. The Bowmore 15 Year Old Single Malt does not quite align this way. Don’t get us wrong, this is still a very nice scotch. When you stick your nose in the glass you get a good whiff of sweet raisins. The first sip though gives you a spicy smack in the face. If you’re into spicier whisky characteristics then you will probably appreciate this one and the scotch still has Bowmore’s distinct peaty flavour to add to it.
If you’re into sherried peaty whiskies, this is still a great choice. It’s a little pricier than some other options out there and you could even find other alternatives from other Scottich regions that have been slightly peated.
It might be good to add a little water to this one. The neat spirit is quite full on and adding water will bring out a little more of the sweetness from the sherry casks so that the aroma more closely aligns with the flavour.
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