Bowmore The Darkest was tasted at Meeting No. 63 on October 26, 2017. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.47. Bowmore The Darkest ranks 14th overall in Scotch. Costing $80, this spirit is on the pricier side given the our rating of it.
Laura • 10/26/2017 • 4.0
Nail polish remover or new tennis shoes and licorice. When I smelled it, I thought "ugh" but when I tasted it, I was like "ok." I found this surprisingly drinkable as I went. Not as herby as I thought it would be after smelling it. I'd totally go for this regularly.
Elliott • 10/26/2017 • 4.0
A little char, a little sweet. Aged right. Peat waft. I have a ~ 5 year old bottle of this and I like this 2017 bottle better. Campfire warmer, leather chair relaxer, winter betterer.
Chris • 10/26/2017 • 3.5
Peatfest 2017 on the nose. Char comes through strong on the aftertaste. Very scotch
Andy • 10/26/2017 • 3.5
The aftermath of an extinguished match. It drops into a sweet and dry body. Surprisingly tame.
John C. • 10/26/2017 • 3.5
Big phenolic nose and taste. Yes you get that classic Islay complexity but it's much drier than I was expecting. As it warms up in your mouth the phenols fade and your left with loads more notes to think about. This is a fun one.
Todd H. • 10/26/2017 • 2.5
When I cough all I get are pork sliders and barbecue sauce.
Gavin • 10/26/2017 • 2.0
High pitched until the finale, which plummets to a hum of muddled peat.
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