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Kiln Embers, introduced in 2015, the year of the Company 10th Anniversary, was a great addition to the Wemyss blended malt range. Like the rest of the selection it is named after the expression’s natural aromas and flavors. In some way it is an extension to Peat Chimney, the sister whisky, but with double content of Islay malts. We were told unofficially that while Caol Ila is a backbone of Peat Chimney, Lagavulin plays first violin in Kiln Embers. Unfortunately Kiln Embers is not a permanent addition to the range, more of a limited edition of 12 000 bottles. The whisky is bottled at 46% abv without chill-filtration.
Nose: smoky, malty and medicinal, smoked bacon, lemon and orange peels, coffee beans, ground pepper and hint of tar.
Palate: smoky, fresh, malted barley, hints of vanilla and honey, apples, fresh herbs and touch of tobacco.
Finish: medium long, smoky, herbal and salty.