This all-malt blend has been created by the Maltiply guys from 6 peated whiskies, coming from Islay, Jura and the Highlands. We felt it had the earthy, smokeyness of a peat fire, whilst tending towards a fizzy finish – hence the name!
We’d really love to hear what you think of this dram, either by commenting below or getting in touch on Twitter via @MaltiplyWhisky.
Here are my notes:
Nose: A newly painted shed, a pack of frazzles and a tangerine
Taste: Sweet ‘n peat, medicinal and somewhat creamy
Finish: Super fizz! Lingering smoke and faint liquorice
Nose: eucalyptus, sugared carrots and smoked salmon.
Taste: Ash, mint and tangerine.
Finish: surprisingly smooth considering strength & peatiness.
May as well add my tuppenceworth too!
N: An old fire on a beach, toffee, seawater
T: Drying, syrup, peaty cereal, weird sweets
F: A gentle hot sauce, a disused tobacco pipe
A liked this, but think one of the other peaty ones might eclipse it later in the 12 days…
Nose: mmm at last a smokey one. Underneath the smoke is a hint of cough sweets (eucalyptus?)
Taste: Minty fresh.
Finish: long. Freshly-roasted sugared almonds from the Christmas market.
Glad you liked it! Was fun to ‘marry’ these whiskies into a decent blend..
smelt peaty, tasted very peaty, bit salty too. I liked it