Caol Ila - 2001 Gordon & MacPhail Cask Strength Range - Islay Malt Whisky 70cl Bottle

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Caol Ila - 2001 Gordon & MacPhail Cask Strength Range
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70cl Bottle
£72.30
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Description:
Aroma without water: Hints of vanilla, pears and a delicate hint of smoke.

Taste without water: Sweet and fruity with influences of summer fruits, strawberries, and a subtle hint of black pepper. A slight smokiness is also present.

Aroma with water: Fresh and light with defined fruit notes, kiwi and grapefruit. A subtle herbal influence is also present.

Taste with water:Fruity and sweet with a hint of chilli spice. A creamy milk chocolate texture develops and lingers, with a very slight smokiness.



Category(s):     Single Malt Whisky
Group(s):     Scottish Cask Strength
Producer: Caol Ila
ABV:   57.1%
Bottler:   Gordon and MacPhail
Brand:   Caol Ila
Country of Origin:   Scotland
Distillery:   Caol Ila
Region:   Islay
Vintage:   2001

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Producer Information

Caol Ila is hidden in a quiet cove near Port Askaig. Many consider this locality to be the wildest and most picturesque of the island. Situated on Loch Nam Ban, the site is ideal thanks to the abundant supply of good water.
Caol Ila (Gaelic for 'the Sound of Islay') was built in 1846 by Hector Henderson - a Glasgow businessman with a keen interest in distilling. Like Bunnahabhain and Bruichladdich, the development of Caol Ila created along with it, a community of its own. Without these distilleries, it is likely that there would have been little sustained human interference in these areas at all.
In 1857 Henderson went out of business and the distillery was purchased by Bulloch Lade & Co. The Distillers Company Limited took over management in 1927. From this date production continued until 1972, when the entire structure of the distillery was demolished. A larger distillery was built in the same original architectural style, and production resumed in 1974.

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