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Posted: January 25, 2006
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Glaser created this whisky to satisfy popular demand for -- as the name suggests -- something overwhelmingly peaty Scotch. While the nose announces that intention quite loudly and the palate echoes it, the whisky is not a one-note samba, but rather a dance with a number of sweet, spicy, meaty, cheesy meat components. As the flavor parade marches in your mouth, you forget the smoke until it returns on the forever finish.
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