.

Peaty Whiskey

Peaty whiskey is a type of whiskey very common in Scotland, characterized by very smoky aromas and fragrances. This characteristic derives from the drying process of the barley grains using peat smoke. The latter is very abundant in the Hebrides and for this reason the whiskeys produced on Skye and Islay are particularly smoky.

Peaty Whiskey

Filter (11 products)

Price

€53.00 - €430.00

On sale

Wine Maker

Size

Designation

Vine

Vintage

Country

Region

Awards

Aging

Collections

Special Features

Whiskey: Type

Whiskey: Other Features


-20%





€180.00

Matsui Single Malt The Matsui 'The Peated' by Matsui Whisky is a peaty Japanese whiskey aged in ex-bourbon American white oak barrels before being bottled at 48% without the addition of dyes. The water used for the dilution comes from the sources of Mount Daisen. The limited edition package is inspired by the work of the Japanese artist Katsushika Hokusai and his most famous work, "The Great Wave of Kanagawa", painted between 1830 and 1831 with ukiyo-e woodblock technique. Bouquet of barley malt, earthy peat and aromatic herbs with hints of cocoa and vanilla. Taste: peat smoke envelops the notes of apple, ginger, vanilla and brown sugar. Medium persistence finish, the smoke continues to accompany us followed by notes of grilled pineapple, apple, vanilla and oak. 

€68.00

Single Malt Scotch Whisky 'Peated' by 1770 Glasgow is one of the distillery's flagship products. At the heart of this whiskey is a careful selection of the finest Scottish barley and the exceptionally pure water of Loch Katrine. The very high quality of the finished product starts from the raw material, which is then distilled in four pot stills heated thanks to the action of the aromatic peat of the Scottish Highlands, which gives the classic smoky scent. Once the substances have been extracted thanks to the use of these stills, called Tara, Mhairi, Margaret and Frances, who still work following the ancient craft traditions, we proceed to the aging phase, carried out for a few years in selected wooden barrels. To be tasted on important occasions.

€74.00

Irish Whiskey 'Three Crowns Peated' by Dunvilles is the peaty expression of the Dunville range. It is made with a blend of single malt and single grain Irish whiskeys which have been granted a period of aging in peaty cask to add its characteristic smokiness. Bouquet with notes of toffee and roasted coffee bean. In the mouth aromas of apricot, salted caramel, a touch of blackberry and basil. An exciting drink, as peaty Irish whiskeys are not common.

-20%
€54.00 €67.50 -20%

Single Malt Whisky '10 Years' by Ardberg is distilled on the island of Islay, the southernmost of the Inner Hebrides, between Ireland and Scotland. Ardberg is said to use the island’s most peaty malted barley from Port Ellen and the water used is that of Lake Uigeadail. Long fermentation in washbacks made of Oregon pines, while aging takes place in ex-Bourbon oak barrels. Extraordinary complexity and aromatic richness, accompanied by a decidedly rich and very broad taste, strongly peaty, with aromas of citrus, coffee and licorice. The aftertaste is very persistent, smoky and savory. A great piece of Scotland in the glass.

  

€95.00

The Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 'Bunnahabhain-Moine' 2011 7 Years Heavily Peated by The Ultimate Whiskey Company has a strongly peaty character typical of Islay. Aged 7 years only in the best barrels, it is bottled without cold filtration, so as to keep all the original flavors intact. Cask Strenght at 58,1% strongly peaty, with scents of coast and peat smoke, notes of candy and fruit compote. Hint of citrus peel and licorice, slightly bitter. Rich and full-bodied maritime taste, peppery and spicy finish. Since the barrels are different every time, the character of the product can change constantly. Each bottle is numbered and all the details of the barrel are mentioned on the label. Only 257 bottles produced.

€75.00

The Ultimate Whiskey Company's Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 'Bunnahabhain Staoisha' 2014 6 Years is made in the Moine distillery on the Isle of Islay. Famous for its peat products, this whiskey truly is, featuring notes of peat, smoke, brine, iodine, citrus, apple, dark chocolate and caramel. Intense and medicinal taste, very persistent. Aged 6 years in the best barrels and bottled without cold filtration, so all the original flavors remain inside. No caramel is added, so the color always matches the barrel of origin. Since the barrels are different every time, the character of the product can change constantly. Each bottle is numbered and all the details of the barrel are mentioned on the label. Only 403 bottles produced.

€200.00

Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 'Caol Ila' 2008 11 Years by Duncan Taylor is part of the 'Battlehill' line which is made up of the best single malt and single grain whiskeys aged up to 55 years and distilled in some of Scotland's most prestigious distilleries. Smoked whiskey, heavily peaty, full of character and self-confidence. It is aged in oak barrels and refined in ex Sherry barrels. It is not cold filtered and contains no artificial colors. It is characterized by smoky and salty notes reminiscent of the sea and a harsh climate. A hint of sweetness introduces the taste, also characterized by hints of peat and sea, heather, grass and a meadow of flowers.

€110.00

The Peated Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 'Benriach' 2011 10 Years by Duncan Taylor is part of the 'Single Cask' line, i.e. obtained from a single barrel, synonymous with very high quality. It was produced at Benriach Distillery, a renowned Speyside distillery founded in 1898. Distilled in 2011 and aged in a single peated Sherry cask for 10 years, it was released in 2021 as Cask Strenght whiskey at 54.7%, without cold filtration or dyes. Splendid whiskey with classic notes of red fruits and ripe plum tones, while the peaty element brings a satisfying smoke. Only 335 bottles produced.

€430.00

Duncan Taylor's Peated Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 'Laphroaig' 2005 16 Years is part of the 'Single Cask' line, i.e. obtained from a single barrel, synonymous with very high quality. It was produced at Islay's legendary Laphroaig Distillery, renowned for its peaty whiskeys. Distilled in 2005 and aged in a single peated barrel for 16 years, it was released in 2021 as Cask Strenght whiskey at 53.7%, without cold filtration or coloring. Fantastic whiskey with notes of charcoal, barley and spicy citrus. On the palate it results burning embers with plenty of iodine, peaty and charred oak and hints of plum and citrus peel. Finish of warm, earthy pepper, vegetable peat and rich and spicy malt. Only 129 bottles produced. For connoisseurs and collectors.

€155.00

The Whiskey Cellar Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 'Ardmore' 2006 14 Years is part of the highly selected and exclusive 'Private Cellars Selection' line. This whiskey originates from the Ardmore distillery and is one of the few peaty Highland malts. Aged for 14 years in an American Oak Hogshead, it was distilled in April 2006 and bottled in August 2020. Smoked walnuts, cured red meats and flavorful warming spices on the nose. On the palate, vanilla cream and soft berries wrapped in the warmth of smoked embers and earthy smoky malt, the finish is smoked hay embers with soft spices and delicate vanilla. Only 276 bottles were produced.

 

€270.00

The Single Malt Scotch Whiskey 'Bruichladdich' 2011 10 Years by The Whiskey Cellar is part of the highly selected and exclusive 'Private Cellars Selection' line. This heavily peated whiskey comes from the Bruichladdich distillery in the Islay area. Aged for 10 years in a Jurançon Vin Doux Naturel wine barrique, it was distilled in September 2011 and bottled in February 2022. This combination of smoked and salty whiskey extracted from a sweet wine barrel creates a fascinating flavor profile. On the nose, malty vanilla, honey roasted peanuts, boiled orange candies. On the palate spicy pineapple and white grapes, slightly fleshy smoke and earthy wood. Finish of cinnamon, chilli, melon, brown sugar. Only 325 bottles were produced.

 

0