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Bowmore 15 Laimrig 由推出至今一直深受各位飲家追捧，這次除了挑選第4版的Laimrig之外，亦加上Balvenie 14 Peated Triple Cask 作優惠推廣！百富為數不多的Peated Whisky，有興趣的朋友千萬別錯過！
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Bowmore Laimrig 15YO : https://hy1972.com/…/products/bowmore-15yo-laimrig-70cl-54-8
Balvenie 14 Peated Triple Cask :
Bowmore Laimrig 15YO Batch 4 TN from whiskyfun.com
Nose: well me like. A Christmassy spiciness, cloves, oranges and all that, on a lot of tobacco, heavily smoked salmon, then bicycle inner tubes and a few drops of walnut wine. Works well so far. With water: some kind of rather lovely pipe tobacco. And dried porcinis galore! And cured ham! We’re almost in an old trattoria somewhere in Italy.
Mouth (neat): big creamy gingery and pastissy (!) arrival, with all things oaky and spicy at the same time forward. Caraway, aniseed, ginger, sandalwood, ultra-infused herbal teas, more pastis, even absinth… and all that. This is huge and not quite ‘whisky’ in my book, but that’s only me and I rather like it, since balance has been found, in my opinion. With water: it got even bigger, concentrated and extractive, with many spices. Alsatian (or German) Christmas spice cake, spicy Christstollen…
Finish: very long, maybe a notch too gingery and oaky. Speculoos and bitter oranges. Comments: spectacular. I’m not sure the distillate has got much to say in this context – and Bowmore’s no bland spirit – but I think this really works. Good recipe.
Balvenie 14 Peated Triple Cask TN from whisky.buzz
Nose: Caramel and char. Like caramel dripping off a branch right unto a smouldering fire. It’s intense. The honey notes come through. Sure, Highland peat is gentler, maybe, but not as apparent here. This is campfire smoke.
Palate: Caramel notes continue through heavily from start to finish, with plenty of spice. It’s not unlike a fire in your mouth, with lots of dried figs, creaminess, and warm. Lots of great textures on the palate.
★ ★ ★ ☆ Excellent, a near must-have in its category
It’s a rare pour of whisky. The combination of heavy wood influences and peat are not a balancing act in this bottle—it’s more of a fireworks show! It’s explosions of flavour at every level. It’s the creaminess that really binds this whisky together. Without it, it would be a flop. With it, it’s a hit. It’s a type of flavour that’s rare in peated whiskies. Beautiful pour.
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