I was given recently a bottle of Macleod's Single malt Islay whisky - while it is rather a pleasant dram, it has left me wondering A) is it indeed a single malt, B) which islay distillery it actually is from?
If anyone can offer answers to these questions, I would be very chuffed indeed.
Thank you in advance,
If it is 8 Y.O. Macleod's Single Malt Johannes van den Heuvel (http://www.maltmadness.com) believes it's Lagavulin, although on his bottle there wasn't mention about Islay ...
[This message has been edited by Ize (edited 03 July 2002).]
yes it is eight years old. Good value for money I would say, nice, young Islay.
The bottle says actually "Island" now that I think of it, but from the nose & taste I gathered it must be an Islay whisky. I was pondering it could have been an expression of Caol Ila, possibly Lagavulin or even a odd Ardbeg.
Thank you for your reply,
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