Each expression of Caol Ila (pronounced 'Cull Ee-la') reflects a special quality of the light at this remote distillery. Together they picture a day in its secret cove on the Sound of Islay, where a distillery has stood for more than a hundred and sixty years. Soft as the light of a new dawn, Caol Ila Moch (in gaelic 'dawn') opens on the palate to reveal all the life and fresh-faced new hope of a spring day, clearly reflecting a character of Caol Ila first seen in 1846. Here are scrubbed-clean aromas and smoky-dry notes of peat followed through on the palate by a sweet, then salty, clarity and simplicity in what is a smooth, fresh expression of the classic "bonfire on the beach" taste of Caol Ila.
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