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Is Octomore worth the price?

Octomore is not just a range of world’s most super-heavily peated whiskies. These are all great whiskies and well worth trying. At roughly $250 a bottle, the 5 YO expressions are reasonably priced for cask strength expressions.

What does Octomore taste like?

Palate: Very oily, ginger, mango chutney with white peppers from slight peat at the back after a fresh croissant with apricot jam. Finish: Lingering and long with a cinnamon roll flavor, honey ginger. The peat smoke is very lovely at this moment.

How many ppm is Octomore?

Octomore Edition: 07.1 / 228 PPM / Aged 5 years The latest exemplar of the cult that surrounds the world’s most heavily peated whisky series.

What is Octomore whiskey?

Octomore is the world’s most routinely heavily-peated single malt whisky, produced by Bruichladdich distillery on the Isle of Islay.

What is the best Octomore whiskey?

Highest rated whiskies with > 3 votes

  • 91.67. Octomore 2009 RBTW.
  • 91.38. Octomore Edition 06.1 / 167.
  • 91.33. Octomore Edition 07.3 / 169.
  • 91.14. Octomore Edition 06.3 / 258.
  • 90.86. Octomore Edition 06.3 / 258.

How do you drink Octomore?

Begin by putting a small quantity, say a tablespoon, of Octomore in a standard Glencairn whisky glass. A brandy snifter will also work particularly well in this case. Rotate the glass so a thin film of whisky is spread along the inside. There should be little or no whisky left at the bottom of the glass.

Is Dalwhinnie a peaty?

Located in the Highlands where it is quite remote and windy, the Dalwhinnie Distillery is a distillery that doesn’t quite get the press it deserves. It is a whisky that displays classic Highland malt qualities of honey and heather. 100% malted barley from a single distillery. Dried with peat.

Is Octomore a cask strength?

Octomore, for those who haven’t had the pleasure of shelling out $150+ for a bottle of one of the past ten editions, is the most heavily-peated whisky in the world. It’s bottled at cask strength and comes out every year (ish) in either 3 or 4 varieties.

What whiskey is similar to Laphroaig?

Laphroaig began turning out single malt whisky in 1815, and the experience shows in the bottle. Pale in colour, the 10-Year-Old expression is a great starting point not just for the many and varied wonders their extensive offering entails, but also peated whisky in general.