Chapter 7 Anecdote #2 24 Year Old 1995

Chapter 7 Anecdote #2 24 Year Old 1995

(0.75l, 47.9%)


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The second batch of one massive Blended Scotch, this 24-year-old marries the best of Laphroaig, Highland Park, and Speyside Malts.

The premise of Chapter 7 Whisky is simple — each cask of Whisky is unique. The wood, age, temperature, its location in the rick-house… everything tells its own story. Large Scotch producers marry casks in large vats before bottling so that the master blender can try to make them all taste the same. The folks at Chapter 7 Whisky think that’s a shame.

Chapter 7 is the brain-child of Selim Evin. He thinks that each cask should tell its own unique tale, so he travels to Scotland and Ireland to hand-select single casks from the inventories of the world’s greatest distilleries. Then he custom bottles each one with its own story. How many bottles, you ask? Well, until the barrel is empty.

The Anecdote Series is all about bringing together unconventional Whisky combinations. These small-batch releases marry precious, rare casks together to totally unique and surprising, yet utterly delicious results. This batch has 17% Laphroaig, 22% Highland Park, and 61% Speyside Malts. After a whopping 24 years that the Whisky has spent in 2 Bourbon hogsheads, it went for a round of finishing in Koval Bourbon barrels for another half a year. Peaty, briny, and earthy with dried fruit, this is one heavy hitter. 
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Whisky or Whiskey? The spelling differs geographically. In Scotland, Japan, and some other parts of the world, distilleries usually spell it Whisky; in Ireland and the USA, they spell it Whiskey.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Deep Copper

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Islay peat and earthiness greet the nose along with fruit and vanilla aromas.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
It's malty on the palate with briny notes, dried fruit, charred oak, a touch of toffee, and spice.

It's a satisfyingly long and smooth finish with lingering notes. 
Ratings & Reviews
Wow. I have not written many reviews, but this scotch is simply fantastic. The flavor complexity and out of this world. Great nose and for the higher alcohol it is surprisingly smooth. I only wish I had ordered two.
Like previous review we found the front end taste a bit odd but overall was enjoyable. It was a bit harsher than I expected for a 24 year old and not as smokey and peaty as expected given the base distilleries used. Would put the 16 yr Laugavulin ahead of this if given a choice of the 2.
10/10 absolutely beautiful
On the nose I am getting citrus and perhaps grass... Front end taste is actually odd -- sweet with a hint of smoke and flowers that melds over into more citrus. Finish is a mellow version of the front with a little smoke and vanilla. Overall: no real peat and not a firehouse full of smoke 🙂 Just some really pleasant interaction of flavors.
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