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Bowmore 18 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 43%
2007 San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
Other reviews... This replaces the 17 year old in the standard Bowmore portfolio. (The 17 year old will now be Duty Free Only.) The difference is significant. This one is more sherried than the 17 year old, and it wears the sherry well. I know that many of you, like myself, adore the 17 year old. Indeed, I feel that the 17 year old displays the true essence of Bowmore. But this 18 year old integrates the sherry notes with the Bowmore signature to create a richly flavored Islay whisky experience. Thick toffee, ripe fruit, and tar-tinged smoke are accentuated by dark chocolate, cocoa powder, burnt raisin, dates, and sea salt. Long, entertaining finish. 43% Alc.Vol. Rating: 91 points. - www.maltadvocate.com, (2nd Quarter 2007 Issue-Vol. 16#2)
...This 18-year-old expression replaces the 17-year-old in the UK market, and as the 17 was my idea of the outstanding Bowmore in the range, it had to work hard to impress me. The nose is Classic Bowmore fruit, malt and subtle peat, with a lovely muted Sherry influence. A greater smokiness develops with time. Sweet and fruity on the palate, with smokiness and underlying peat, typical of aged Bowmore. If anything, this expression has a slightly more ?maritime? character than the 17-year-old it replaces. The finish is longer and drier. According to the distillers, this expression contains a higher percentage of Oloroso Sherry cask-matured Bowmore, married for longer to give greater depth and complexity, while retaining the fruity flavours at the heart of the 17-year-old. A delightful, complex, confident whisky which proves that great Islays don't have to be peat monsters. A worthy replacement for my previous favourite! 3.5 stars- www.whisky-pages.com
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