peaty flavour

Hi, Talisker has a verry peaty flavour. Do you know other singles with this kind of special tast?
I wish you all a Happy and Tastful 2004!
Gino
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ginogeu
Plenty Gino! Give the following a try for starters: Lagavulin 17 Ardbeg 10 and 17 Laphroaig 10 and 15 Bowmore 12 and 17 Caol Ila 18 also Ardmore 10
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Hi Brett,
Ardmore has no peat but lots of smoke!!! Still there is Ledaig Longrow Port Ellen Brora
Therse are comming but are a little bit to youn at the moment. Ballachin (edradour) Port Charlotte (Bruichladdich)
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Marc
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I have tasted the Bowmore and the Laphroaig and to me they don't have that peaty flavour. They do have peaty (many whisky's do) but not as strong (outspoken) as the Talisker. Maybe it is typical for a Skye whisky? I must try the others.
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Interesting a Google for "Ardmore peat" brings up lots of references including Michael Jackson:
"The nose has notes of honey, tobacco, and peat"
"Ardmore is said to use relatively heavily peated barley, which may account for the rich, powerful character of the whisky produced there"
"Fresh, fragrant, peat-smoke."
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Brett

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Your right Johanna, this is my mistake.
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