Presented in a wooden box, and accompanying the saline, smoked and turbado Talisker 10 Years 70cl 45.8% vol., we find the favorite cup of all distilleries in Ireland and Scotland, the official glass of Glencairn whiskey. In addition, in a pairing of contrasts, white chocolate with roses and strawberry crunchy Sampaka Cocoa and the famous and delicious Border Scottish biscuits.
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All components of the gift come in a wooden box with a satin black lid handle.
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The shape of the glass helps to integrate and enhance the nose in the tasting experience, positively affecting the aromas and flavors.
White chocolate tablet with rose aroma and strawberry crisp, minimum cocoa content is 30%. Net weight of 100 g. Dimensions: 16,5x8,5x1,5cm.
Delicious Scottish biscuits with chocolate pieces elaborated by one of the most outstanding companies in the elaboration of this type of sweets. Weight approx. 150 g
Talisker 10 years 70 cl 45.8%vol. is an Island Single Malt Scotch, a classic island of the island of Skye, made by the sea, with maritime influence and smoked notes balanced with sweet notes, malt and black pepper.
Talisker 10 years 70 cl 45.8%vol. is an Island Single Malt Scotch, a Scotch malt whisky from the island of Skye, one of the most remote, rugged and beautiful places in Scotland. Few whiskies are capable of transporting us back to their origins as Talisker 10 does, a well-balanced whisky with a strong maritime influence, salty, smoky, sweet, malted and spicy notes with black pepper.
The water used by Talisker comes from Cnoc nan Speireag (Hawk Hill), located just above the distillery. Water flowing above peat is redirected to the distillery through a system of pipes and wells. The direct contact of water and peat adds complexity to the whisky.
The malt used by the Skye distillery is made in Muir of Ord and malted with peat to an average peat level of 20 PPM.
Talisker's story begins in 1830, when Hugh and Kenneth MacAskill found the distillery and built it on land leased from MacLeod. The distillery was rebuilt in 1885 and expanded in 1900, unfortunately, in 1960 a large fire completely destroyed it and it was rebuilt for the second time, recreating exactly the shape and size of the stills, in order to preserve the character of the distillery.
Region: Island, Skye.
Style: Single Malt.
Breeding: Aged a minimum of ten years in American white oak barrels that have contained bourbon.
Nose: Powerful, with notes of peat, smoked and saline combined with notes of malted, sweet and spicy.
Mouth: Citrus, with a saline point, vanilla bourbon and smoked.
Final: Medium persistence and dry end in which the smoked notes dissipate little by little.