Islay Big Peat have become extremely popular in recent years among fans of Islay whisky. Released annually by indie bottler Douglas Laing, these superb blends bring complexity, balance and of course, a good helping of peat smoke. This particular bottle is one of the Christmas releases, showcasing a rather grumpy looking Santa and his sleigh on the label. Bottled at cask strength and limited in numbers, this is one for all those peat-lovers out there.
Islay Big Peat Blended Malt (Christmas Label)
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