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Edradour The Fairy Flag 15 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 46%
So limited at this point in time we have not submitted to opening a bottle however great reviews on the whisky blogosphere for what many rate as one of Edradour's finest efforts in the wood finished range to date: a double matured malt aged in x bourbon barrels for eight years followed by a further seven years in x Oloroso sherry casks.
Bottled as a tribute to the "Fairy Flag" which recounts the epic romance between the Clan Chief of the Macleod’s and the mysterious Fairy maiden, Titania (a feature film by Rory Mhor Nicoll and Peter Columbia bought the legend to life). Unchillfiltered and natural colour. 46% Alc./Vol.
Other reviews... A bizarre label, but it takes all sorts to make a world, doesn’t it. Colour: deep gold. Nose: leather, chocolate, tobacco, and saltpetre, this is a nice start. Goes on with a newly opened pack of cigarettes (soon banned everywhere!) and a little camphor (tiger balm), then rather Seville oranges and some kind of sooty earth, gravel, flints… And let’s not forget our beloved walnuts! Mouth: unusual and excellent. Turmeric, celery, pink grapefruits, chocolate, blackberries, raisins, more tobacco… It’s rather singular (they say idiosyncratic in good circles, don’t they) but that’s totally and asset, while it was an obvious flaw in the old Pernod bottle. Finish: long, with chestnuts, leather, and cracked pepper. Not a common combination, but indeed it works. Comments: a dry, unusual style that really works. Excellent characterful malt, while character is not exactly what many other distilleries seem to be seeking these days. And yet, yes it’s probably ‘older’ distillate by the former owners, as Signatory started distilling in 2002 if I’m not mistaken. Go figure… 86 points - Serge Valentin, www.whiskyfun.com