Originally Posted by biloxi123
Talisker is produced on the Isle of Skye, one of the Hebridean islands in Scotland. Therefore it is a true scotch Whisky. It is nowhere near as peaty as the big Islay malts. I find Talisker a very distinctive dram, smokey, peppery with hints of peat. Although more similar to Islay whisky than Speyside or highland scotch it really has a flavor profile all of its own. A truly unique and classic malt in my experience and one any enthusiast should try at least once.
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