Samaroli Coilltean Linkwood Scotch Whisky (1983 Release)


A distinguished offering from Samaroli's repertoire, the Coilltean Linkwood Scotch, 1983 release, captivates with its complexity.

At 45% ABV, it's softly heated yet warm. A meld of apple and pear is complemented by pound cake, hazelnut, caramel, and a hint of smoked pork ribs. Add water, and the scent evokes a surprising doughy essence, reminiscent of a beloved ice cream flavor—Ben & Jerry's Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough.

Deep and mesmerizing. Doughy undertones transition into flaky pie crust. Amidst this, notes of lemon zest, dark chocolate, and coffee emerge. A touch of malted vanilla milkshake adds depth. Creamy in texture, it's also enriched by allspice, cinnamon, and white peppercorn, evidencing its three-decade oak maturation.

Bright lemon zest opens the finale, with apple and pear notes making a cameo. These fruity flavors, however, are subdued by the prominent oak, concluding the experience on a gentle, introspective note.

In essence, the Samaroli Coilltean Linkwood is a whisky that speaks volumes, delivering a dance of flavors that's both rich and reflective.

Bottle Size: 750ML
Box: No

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