Bowmore 26 Year Old (cask 27935) - The Lowest Tide (Woolf Sung)

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The Lowest Tide is the second release from the Woolf Sung Collection. A 26 year old Bowmore distilled in December 1991 and decanted in May 2018 from a Sauternes cask. The whisky has a cask strength of 50.9% and comes in a 70cl bottle.

The label is a one-of-a-kind design and each is hand numbered. The bottle is beautifully presented in a stainless steel black powder coated bank vault case. Each case is embossed with Woolf Sung’s unique release number. Only 287 bottles have been produced of this wonderful whisky.

Tasting note

Nose – The aroma is evocative of a rain-lashed beach; charcoal smoke and burning heather join the ensemble with after-notes of honeycomb, tallow, and lemon sherbet.

Palate – This velvety Bowmore introduces flavours of yuzu, Szechuan pepper and thin-cut marmalade chased by subtle hints of peat and Manuka honey.

Finish – The finish is a still sea stretching to the horizon with a mist of peat smoke rolling over it. As time progresses smoked sea-salt, greengage and kaffir lime leaf join the symphony.

Alcohol: 50,9%
Volume: 70cl
Bottled in: Islay, Scotland
Number of bottles: 287