Peat

For the second meeting of the London Whisky Club, we were back at Jez’s offices in Putney Bridge. This time, however, we were joined by some new attendees. As well as Jez, Jason, James and Michael we also met Conor Strang, Shiv and Frankie with a late appearance by Jason Fisk. Our numbers had doubled to eight! The theme of the night was Peat. Here is the list of fabulous drams we enjoyed that night.

  • Port Charlotte Heavily Peated Cognac Cask
  • Connemara Peated Irish
  • Ardbeg Grooves
  • Benromach Peat Smoke 2007 distillation bottled in 2016 46%
  • Ardbeg Dark Cove Committee Release
  • Compass Box No Name 48.9%
  • Old Particular Laphroaig 18 48.4%
  • Laphroaig 10 Cask Strength Batch 009 2017 58.1%
  • Paul John Edited 46%
  • Cadenhead’s Warehouse Tasting Lagavulin 9 yr old 59.5%
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