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Glenisla is a rather mysterious brand, a result of number of experiments conducted by Seagram in the 1970s at Glen Keith Distillery. Glenisla is a peated whisky but its character doesn’t come from malted barley. According to Hugh Thompson, retired manager of Strathisla and Glen Keith distilleries, the peated character of whisky was achieved by adding about 45 liters of concentrated peated water to mash. Such water was delivered in 200-liter containers from Stornaway. Glenisla is certainly one of the rarest single malts of our times, the only bottlings we recall came from Signatory, they were always 1977 Vintage. The 2015 release contains whisky aged in hogshead no. 19602 and bottled at natural strength of 46.1% abv on January 14 with an outrun of 266 bottles.
Nose: honey, toffee and caramel, toasted malt, peaches, oranges, restrained notes of peat and tobacco, charred oak and delicate herbal note.
Palate: smoky and peaty, peaches, apples, toffee, caramel, shortbread, hints of cumin and pepper and lingering oakiness.
Finish: pretty long, peaty and herbal with delicate fruity notes.