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Caol Ila 2008 Berry Brothers RMW Exclusive #314308 46% 70cl

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Age:10 Year Old
Bottle Size:70cl
Alc. Volume:46%
Listed In:Independent Bottler Picks | RMW Exclusives | Caol Ila Whisky | Single Malt Whisky | Islay Whisky | Staff Picks | Limited Edition | Scotch Whisky

Caol Ila 2008 Berry Brothers RMW Exclusive #314308

Previously bottled as a 'Mystery Cask' for our Blind Tasting Competition with Berry Bros and Rudd in 2019. This Caol Ila was distilled in 2008 and bottled at 10 years of age unchilfiltered with natural colour. On the rear label are the tasting notes from competition winner James Hope who found coastal rock pools, lemon drizzle cake and oily diesel smoke in this complex dram.

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