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Kornog is one of two single malts produced at Glann-ar-Mor Distillery in Brittany. (Glann-ar-Mor means “By the sea” in Breton). The distillery was founded in 1999 by Jean Donnay and the regular production commenced in 2005. The first unpeated single malt was released in 2008 under the Glann-ar-Mor label, the peated version, Kornog (Breton for “West Wind”) followed in November 2009. The latter has been distilled from Scottish barley malted to around 35 ppm phenols and matured in ex-bourbon barrels. The distillery is equipped with a single pair of small stills and produces about 50 000 bottles of whisky annually.
Nose: peaty and sweet, slightly floral, vanilla, honey, buttered toast, apples, pears, seaweed and a whiff of sea breeze.
Palate: soft, smoky and slightly medicinal, garden herbs, eucalyptus, licorice, green olives, seaweed salad, oak and very shy fruity notes.
Finish: medium long, peaty, with notes of licorice, eucalyptus, hints of vanilla cocoa.