• Premium quality 8 Years Old and 12 years Old Blends – the recognised age of maturity for many malt whiskies.
  • Few blends offer any age statement. This is because it defines the age of the youngest whisky in the blend, the majority of the malts in Isle of Skye are much older.
  • Origins in that most widely celebrated of Scottish Islands: Skye, home of the Clan Macleod. An exceptionally smooth and mellow Scotch whisky containing a high proportion of carefully selected Island and Speyside Malts.

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Isle of Skye 8 yr old

Nose: Stunningly evocative. Deep peaty tones waft from the glass, like the reek from a crofter’s lum. But there is a lot more beyond: the grains intermingle deliciously with oaky, vanilla notes and something malty and even slightly honeyed. The stuff of dreams.
Palate: Sweet at first, and remarkably viscous. This seems to be the peat hanging around and there is intense barley sugar and spice. Massively flavored. This creaminess continues for what seems hours. Remains sweet, spicy and chewy and at the end faintly nutty. The oak returns at the end.

International Spirits Challenge 2014 Gold Medal

Whisky Bible 2011 Jim Murray, 94 pts

Whisky Bible 2012 “A Superstar whisky that gives us all reason to live!” – Jim Murray

Boozeblogger 2010 Review – A

Double Gold Medal by The Fifty Best 2016

Isle of Skye 12 yr old

Nose: Orange zest, camphor, almonds.
Body: Oily, rounded and smooth with several layers of flavors.
Palate: Massive, sweet malt flavors with pepper and nutmeg.
Finish: Layers of complex spice and malt blended harmoniously.

Ramsay’s Dram 2012 Hogmanay Awards

2016 San Francisco World Spirits Competition – Gold Medal

Isle of Skye 8 yr old 1.75 Ltr

Nose: Stunningly evocative. Deep peaty tones waft from the glass, like the reek from a crofter’s lum. But there is a lot more beyond: the grains intermingle deliciously with oaky, vanilla notes and something malty and even slightly honeyed. The stuff of dreams.
Palate: Sweet at first, and remarkably viscous. This seems to be the peat hanging around and there is intense barley sugar and spice. Massively flavored. This creaminess continues for what seems hours. Remains sweet, spicy and chewy and at the end faintly nutty. The oak returns at the end.

International Spirits Challenge 2014 Gold Medal

Whisky Bible 2011 Jim Murray, 94 pts

Whisky Bible 2012 “A Superstar whisky that gives us all reason to live!” – Jim Murray

Boozeblogger 2010 Review – A

Double Gold Medal by The Fifty Best 2016

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