The Golden Distilleries Single Malt Reserve is craft-distilled in small batches using local, hand-selected ingredients. It is aged first in white oak and then transferred to red oak for further aging, providing distinctive character and flavors that will delight the senses.
Samish Bay Single Malt Whiskey was tasted at Meeting No. 15 on August 29, 2013. Out of 5, we rated it 2.75. Samish Bay Single Malt Whiskey ranks 15th overall in American Whiskey.
Nose full of banana bread! Woody oak, sautéed sage butter.
Funky spearmint notes, smooth on entry -- thin, watery finish. After taste is less than desirable after the Sullivans Cove. Lacks character that comes with age.
Nose of hay, wet corn or even attic, maybe banana bread. Corn. It's really clean with some light apple or pear flavors. With the exception of the nose this could be Irish.
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