An unusual feature is the Te Bheag Unchilfiltered whiskey from Scotland. The double malt and dominant tastes are highlights of the spirit, and add to that the unusual taste of licorice. This exceptional whiskey is best enjoyed neat, on the rocks even though It is of course also not to be despised. The name means “little lady” and was initially only the name of the boat of the company. The sherry flavor comes through the use of corresponding barrels, and appears with a beautiful combination of Sherry and whiskey. Peat and malt are natural to feel intensely what the experts convinced at various events, which then the Te Bheag Unchilfiltered whiskey distinguished several times. So the whiskey was given a gold medal at the International Spirits Challenge. At least 8 years It matures, before It comes to consumers, some of them even longer. For a cozy round among friends It is just the right drink that also makes as a gift for a connoisseur an excellent figure. The fine taste, and therefore that it is not filtered and retained so many oils and proteins comes. Manufacturer is the Gaelic Whiskey Collection, which has been producing the 1976th The distillery is the only one of its kind that is based in the Scottish Hebrides.
Te Bheag is a blended whisky. Rated an average of 4.5 out of 5 by 25 reviewers and available from Master of Malt for only £27.95, falling slightly short of liquid gold but this in a solid everyday blended whisky.
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