Wasmund's Single Malt

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WhiskyBrat
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Wasmund's Single Malt

Postby WhiskyBrat » Fri Jun 22, 2007 7:23 pm

Has anyone dried a dram of the Virginia Single Malt 'Whisky' (should it not be Whiskey?) I'm quite intrigued as they don't use peat but a mixture of apple wood, cherry wood and oak wood.

If you have tried it do you have any tasting notes?

I also know Rick (the owner) went to Islay to 'learn his craft' I think it was Bowmore but could be wrong?

Cheers

WB

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Postby RufusA » Fri Jun 22, 2007 11:50 pm

There are tasting notes on Scotch Blog:

http://www.thescotchblog.com/2007/01/ma ... erica.html

Possibly not even whisky!

Rufus.

p.s. Plenty of sites quote Bowmore as his islay apprentiship.

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Postby WhiskyBrat » Sat Jun 23, 2007 12:25 am

It's only aged for 4 months I never knew that, the alcohol burn from it must overpower anything else that he tries to put into it flavour wise?

Think I may give it a miss not that you can get it in Scotland.

Thanks for the heads up though.


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