Paul John Bold Peated

Paul John Bold Peated

(0.75l, 46%)


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Goa, India is 5000 miles from Islay, but closer than you think.

John Distilleries was founded by Paul P. John in 1996 in India. To say that their growth has been amazing is to seriously understate things, because in just twenty years they have become one of the largest independent spirits companies in the world. From their three large production facilities they serve up a broad range of products, including Wines, Brandies, Whiskies, and specialty spirit brands.

As we’ve mentioned before, the Paul John line of Single Malts are created in their newest distillery in Goa on the west coast of central India. All seven varieties have won international awards for quality — and those awards are well-deserved. Paul John Bold is a Single Malt made from local six-row barley, dried over peat imported from Islay. This is where the word ”Bold” in the name comes to life. The phenol level (amount of peat flavor) comes in at 25 ppm — right in the middle range. Even an experienced Whisky pro would likely think he was tasting a classic Islay in a blind taste test.

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citrus zest
smoky
spicy
coffee
peaty
manuka honey
grassy
apple
oak
What does Paul John Bold Peated taste like?

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Warm Amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sea salt, dry grass, citrus wood, and tart apple

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Fresh-ground coffee, peat, honey-granola, citrus zest

Finish
Medium length with spice, peat, and oak
Ratings & Reviews
Michael
Michael,
Really nice, one of the best peat forward whiskies I've had and it compares very well to products from traditional regions.
 
Jenni
Jenni,
Gentle but spicy note and fresh taste with herbs on an instant aftertaste.
 
Mariano
Mariano,
Surprinsingly a very nice spicy whisky. I wonder how do they get drinkable water in order not to elevate production cost.
 
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