Westland Peated American Single Malt Whiskey

Westland Peated American Single Malt Whiskey

(0.75l, 46%)


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Smoky Seattle Single Malt champion
 
Not far away from Elliott Bay, a bold new distillery was established in 2010 by two childhood friends: Master Distiller Matt Hoffman and CEO Emerson Lamb. They called it Westland Distillery and their Spirits embody the nature of the Pacific Northwest. Matt, as many other Whiskey-makers, went to Scotland and absolutely fell in love with the Single Malt. The distillery's two copper pot stills create the core American Single Malt Whiskey, which is made using malted barley, at a single distillery, just like in Scotland - except American laws are laxer and allow more experimentation.
 
Westland American Oak Single Malt is a wonderful concoction with added specialty malts fermented with a Belgian brewer's yeast for six days, crafted from a version of Westland house malt style, and made from immensely smoky peat. The Spirit opens a pleasant peat landscape with the malt-forward profile that rounds of the smoke. Coming from fresh American oak casks and barrels that used to hold Bourbon adds a lovely new angle to the world of peated Whiskeys.

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Tennessee Whiskey closely parallels Bourbon, but a final filter through sugar-maple charcoal (called the Lincoln County Process) is what some producers say differentiates Tennessee Whiskey from its Kentucky cousin. The finish is sweeter and smoother than Bourbon.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Deep copper
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Wonderfully smoky aromas with a touch of sweetness and peat.
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Peat, iodine and roasted pistachios on the palate with earth notes and green herbs.
 
Finish
Medium finish with peaty and spicy outro.
Ratings & Reviews
Jitendra
Jitendra,
Almost compares to islay peat whiskey
 
John
John,
Smokey, peaty upfront and throughout-Spicy finish. Surprised to have ranked an American peated bourbon 9/10 right under one of my personal favorites, Lagavulin 16 yr.
 
Jordan
Jordan,
Very unique flavor- coffee & dark chocolate notes. Unlike any other whiskey I've tasted. One of the best bottle/label designs I've seen.
 
Michael
Michael,
The peat is mild (nothing like an Islay malt, for example), but nicely compliments the chocolate, sweet side of this whiskey. This makes for an easy drinking malt.
 
John
John,
On first taste, it might be a bit peaty for my palate. Not enough to make me walk away, mind you. I can absolutely taste why others might enjoy it, and it smells amazing.
 
Blake
Blake,
Sweet, chocolate, smoke, peat. My favorite whiskey.
 
Christine
Christine,
Nice, moderate peat - first time I've tried an American peated whisky. Fresh botanicals with earthy smoke for the nose. Flavor is not nearly as rich or smooth as an Islay malt; the finish is long and a little spicy.
 
Fred
Fred,
I do not like any peat Scotch type whiskey.
 
Troy
Troy,
Too smoky for my taste. Almost like drinking liquid smoke.
 
Eli
Eli,
sweet delicious medium peated American Single Malt!
 
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