Ultimate Spirits ChallengeApril 19, 2019
Judge’s Tasting Notes, 100% Islay: Pit fire smoke, roasted plums, marzipan, and baking spices draw you into the glass. The powerful aromas of smoke marry well with vanilla, nutmeg, and marshmallow on the palate. It finishes with a whisper of vanilla and sweet spice.
Machir Bay: The noble upstart from Islay has bloomed into a visceral character of the stony island. This iteration of Machir Bay assumes a light straw colour but packs a big maritime punch of roasted seaweed, preserved lemon, and wet stones.
A link to full results is in our bio. Results Islay Single Malts – https://www.ultimate-beverage.com/ultimate-spirits-challenge-USC/2019-spirits-results/?type=101&subtype=886&product_name=&country=&award=
Sanaig scores 95.1pts at the International Whisky Competition 2019
It was another great year for Kilchoman at the International Whisky Competition with Sanaig scoring 95.1 points, that’s right, 95..1 points! Machir Bay also did pretty well with 91.4 points. IWC results follow both expressions being awarded Gold Medals at the Spirits Business Scotch Whisky Masters earlier this month – we’re…June 25, 2019