A gift pack from Talisker, including a bottle of the classically rugged Talisker Skye, as well as a hip flask.
The Isle of Skye is renowned for its rich, varied landscape – from its soft, serene shores to the dark, jagged peaks of the Cuillin mountains. Talisker Skye is the distillery’s ode to these appealing contrasts, with a smoky sweetness, maritime notes and a spicy edge.
Best served in a Talisker Rocks Glass, neat or with a little water.
Expert ReviewsInsights from some of the best in the business
The latest release from Talisker is an NAS bottling which contains whisky matured in toasted and refill American oak casks. According to the distiller, this is “An easy-drinking Talisker…more approachable, but still definitely Talisker.” Certainly approachable on the nose, with tangerines, honey, and milk chocolate, before ozone and peat smoke develop. Ginger and a hint of coal tar. Medium-bodied, with citrus fruit and increasingly hot spices, though never overwhelming. Spicy peat, white pepper, and aniseed in a nutty finish.
Gavin Smith, Whisky Advocate Summer 2015
Some people say that Scotch has lost its edge, especially compared to bigger, more bombastic world whiskies. They need to try this.
Neil Ridley 2015, Whisky Magazine, Issue 127
This is an uncommonly sweet and fruity Talisker. Young alright, but the toasted oak works out quite well. A nice entry-level whisky and the best NAS so far from Talisker.