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This is a bit of a curiosity a farm to bottle single malt whisky produced by French Cognac producer Godet. The name comes from the name of the lot in Lorraine, where the Godet family grows the barley. We haven't found a lot of info on the product yet, and what we have is confusing. It seems to be bottled at 43%, and the barley seems to have been peated, at least based on our tasting of the whisky.
Andrew's Tasting Note
Nose: chewy barley, white fruits and a chalky-gravely minerality; honey and cherry eau de vie; tart lemon and goat cheese.
Palate: fresh, malty and honeyed; there is a faint hint of peat and smoke; creamy with loads of vanilla extract, poached pear and cooked apple; tart citrus accompanies subtle peat, green grasses and clean smoke.
Finish: coating, malty and grassy; more clean smoke, citrus, vanilla and drying oak.
Comment: the tiny amount of info on this whisky online said it was unpeated, but this tastes like there is a touch of peat; young, but soft, elegant and tasty...
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France > Scotch and Other Whiskies > Single Malt > Glann Ar Mor
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