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Kilchoman Machir Bay Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml Bottle

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Machir Bay Single Malt Scotch Whisky
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Machir Bay Single Malt Scotch Whisky 750ml
Crafted at the first new distillery on Islay in over 125 years, this single malt was named the Whisky of the Year in 2013. The 2016 bottling is the fifth release of Kilchoman's ongoing Machir Bay. It's a vatting of whisky matured in first-fill bourbon casks for around six years, married and then finished in oloroso sherry butts before bottling.
Beverage type:
Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Alcohol Level:
46%
Bottle size:
750ml bottle Single
Product Origin:
Scotland
UPC code:
832032043126
Tastes like:
Citrus
Raisins
Sweet
Peat
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About the brand
Kilchoman was the first distillery to be built on Islay in over 124 years. The distillery was founded in 2005 by Anthony Wills and is Islay’s only farm distillery, producing Single Farm Single Malt. Kilchoman is one of the few whisky distilleries in Scotland to remain independent. Established in 2005, Kilchoman was the first new distillery to be built on Islay in over 124 years. Kilchoman founder Anthony Wills, set out to revive the lost art of farm distilling once widespread before the commercialisation of the distilleries in the late 1800s. Over a decade into his journey, Kilchoman’s 100% Islay range remains the only Islay single malt produced completely on site, from barley to bottle.
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Ratings & Reviews (7)
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Cirila Meyer
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Nose: Peat. Smoke. Flavor: Unmistakable smoke. Organic products. Finish: Slight fiery shiver to the tongue. Smoke.
Posted on May 30th, 2020
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Jo Hammond
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Packaged 2019
Posted on May 23rd, 2020
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Ariana Hunt
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Nose: Sweet peat. Bananas mythical serpent natural product mangoes. Wisps of open air fire smoke and a tough spine of natural peat. Salt water. Dark pepper ringer pepper heather orange blooms and honeysuckle. Oak dull natural products and toasted oat grains. Lemon-lime. Creme fraiche. Profound and rich without being substantial or cloying. Sense of taste: Toasted oat grains. Strawberries covered in icing. Peaches bananas. Pit fire debris. Oak. Tannin. Stone natural products - there's the sherry container. New cut wet grass. Dried basil and thyme. Eucalyptus. Wintergreen. Lime oil. Dark pepper smoked paprika. Earth. Canadian bacon jamã³n ibrico. Slick however clean completion. Starts off with debris green ringer peppers and dark pepper. As things move plums and peaches appear alongside certain blueberries. That base of debris hangs out. Mint appears. At that point things end with a move between vanilla organic product mint and citrus oils while debris gritty peat and salt prop everything else up. Different notes: This hits similar notes and has the entirety of the expressiveness of state Laphroaig 10 or Ardbeg An Oa however with the dramatization turned down a score or two - which I truly appreciate. This is certainly Islay no doubt about it. This has the salt water the earth the debris yet everything is enclosed by a somewhat extraordinary bundle. More amicable yet unpredictable. Whiskey barrels overwhelm here yet the impact of the sherry containers help carry some parity to the gathering that are certainly welcome. Definitely justified even despite the cost of affirmation.
Posted on May 8th, 2020
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Candelario Dugas
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I will expect this is the 2018 discharge dependent on the time that I bought this one however it isn't shown anybody on the bundling. It would appear that these folks aren't excessively worried about gaining by vintages. I've had a considerable amount of the great Islay malts so I thought it'd be acceptable to try one of the up-and-comers out. In addition it accompanied two glencairns. Not very decrepit. Nose: Extremely youthful peaty. Nectar vanilla dark pepper apple pear and butterscotch. Big time lemon and grapefruit citrus just as salt and dark pepper. I can't recognize any sherry impact; on the off chance that I didn't realize better I'd get it's solely whiskey barrel matured. Sense of taste: Smoke and oil substantial. Open air fire smoke and debris. Some sea notes of salt and ocean growth commended by better notes like white chocolate vanilla apple and pear. Cinnamon and dark pepper at the end. As yet getting lemon however it's less articulated than it was spot on. Finish: Moderate to long. Business as usual from the sense of taste; it keeps up a decent harmony between the flavor of cinnamon and dark pepper and the pleasantness of white chocolate and vanilla. The 46 ABV is sufficient to give this one an entirely good completion. Generally this is a strong exertion. In light of on this articulation I'd state Kilchoman can hang with the large young men from Islay. Couldn't imagine anything better than to taste an age-expressed packaging from these folks. For reference I'd compare it to Lagavulin 8; this Machir Straight being a somewhat restrained adaptation of the Slack 8. What's more as I would see it that is acceptable organization to keep. At $59 this a commendable buy for any Islay fan. Particularly in the event that you like the more youthful Lagavulin articulations. It doesn't hang out in any capacity however is strikingly adjusted and has developed on me a lot since I previously opened it. For the time being it's a 3.75 however I may knock that up with an ensuing tasting since this stuff has kept on astounding me with each glass. Furthermore I did. Knock up from 3.75 to 4.5. That is a major bounce yet it just gets stunning with time. Nose sense of taste finish. Hits each damn note. All around done. Anticipating the following Kilchoman articulation
Posted on Apr 12th, 2020
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Gelacio Mousa
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This was my first Islay pickup for this fall season. Never had any of their demeanors this and have heard beneficial things so here we are. Kilchoman Machir Cove is named after the sound on the west shore of Islay and the related sea shore. Its a blend of whiskies developed in both ex-whiskey and sherry containers with the accentuation on whiskey. Its likewise remarkable for the way that Kilchoman distils their soul from 100% Islay developed grain. Its a decent pale straw shading in the glass and delivers moderate thin legs when given a turn. Its packaged at a decent 46% ABV. The nose is somewhat briny with lemon pizzazz botanical grain and a light smoke. There was an observable liquor consume when I previously opened the jug however that has fortunately blurred. The sense of taste is basic however wonderful. Theres a pleasant nectar pleasantness with some smoke and a thick mouthfeel. Some malty Bread toward the back. Once gulped the completion has hot ashy pit fire smoke that blurs into a smoky shortbread pleasantness. The completion is the best piece of this measure. This was $65 on the web. At that value it appears to be somewhat high for a NAS Islay whisky however its additionally sort of a craft whisky when you contemplate the nearby grain. Main concern is I like this yet its somewhat expensive. 3.25/5. Good health!
Posted on Apr 4th, 2020
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Tasting Notes
Nose
Citrus zests, crumbly vanilla biscuits and layers of elegant peat smoke.
Taste
A generous burst of tropical fruit and dried raisin opens the palate. Warming smoke continues to waft playfully.
Finish
Sherried fruits and sprinkle of cracked black pepper.
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