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Talisker 175th Anniversary Limited Edition Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 45.8%
Other reviews... To commemorate Talisker distillery’s 175th anniversary in 2005 a special, limited edition expression of the Skye single malt was issued by Diageo. Talisker 175 carries no age statement and consists of a release of 60,000 bottles worldwide. It is largely the work of Diageo’s Maureen Robinson, who says that some of the oldest component malts date back to the mid 1970s, while the youngest are at least ten years old. According to Talisker distillery manager Charlie Smith, “It has all the elements of Talisker but in slightly different proportions to those in the ten or the 25-year-old. It’s unmistakably Talisker, and one of the easiest drinking Taliskers I’ve tasted.” Complex on the nose, with sweetness overlying smoke. Elegant heather and Bourbon notes in the background. Sweet and smoky on the palate, coconut, spices and a hint of liquorice. Long and slightly salty in the finish, with insistent smoke. Lacking some of the pepperiness usually associated with Talisker. 45.8% - www.whiskypages.com
...A tamed Talisker. The classic Talisker personality shows-seaweed, brine, peat smoke, and freshly ground pepper on the finish. There are even other interesting flavors I enjoy, notably vanilla, licorice root, charcoal, and bitter chocolate. But this whisky needs to be a little livelier to be a truly great whisky. While there’s no age statement, there’s older whisky in here for sure, and maybe that’s part of its “reserved” nature. It certainly is a nice whisky, but I would prefer the more vibrant Talisker 18 year old -at two-thirds the cost. - www.maltadvocate.com
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