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Quite sweet, no negative flavours, but not much of a finish.
It's rated quite highly by JM.
Has anyone else tried this or from the other breton distillery, Warengheim?
I'd be interested in your thoughts.
I loved Brittany and would love to return. St-Malo is a beautiful walled city by the sea, and Carnac is a must-see for lovers of old stones (see below). I also spent some time in Normandy and toured several calvados distilleries, something I would recommend to any lover of fine spirits. Speaking French certainly helps, but some tours can be conducted in English.
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Mr Fjeld wrote:There's a single malt from Bretagne called Armorik Single Malt de Bretagne which is from Warengheim. It'll be available in Norway soon - but I haven't heard much good about it
I had a bottle of Armorik a couple of years ago, it took a bit of getting used to, but, with a very small drop of water, I grew to like it. Mind you I do enjoy whiskies that are bordering on the rough side.
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