Islay Mist

10 Years Old

What We Say

Islay Mist was created on Islay in the 1920s using whisky from the Laphroaig distillery as well as choice Speyside distilleries. Initially blended for the 21st birthday celebration of the son and heir of the then Lord Sargadale, this gold-medal winning whisky still carries the seal of the Lord of the Isles.

Islay Mist 10 year old is a mature blend of Islay malt and mainland whiskies giving complex spice, gentle peat and tobacco-like notes balanced with dried fruits and nutty undertones. A luscious sipping dram.

What They Say

Whisky writer Dave Broom believes “it’s a jewel” while his colleague Jim Murray calls Islay Mist “charmingly brazen” and “more an Islay fog than mist”. But that is rather subjective. For objectivity turn to those gold medals the whisky wins at international competitions. Here spirits are judged blindly by industry experts, journalists and connoisseurs.

Enjoy the full balanced flavours however you prefer, be it neat, over ice or with a little water. Truly the malt lovers’.

Islay Mist

10 Years Old

What We Say

Islay Mist was created on Islay in the 1920s using whisky from the Laphroaig distillery as well as choice Speyside distilleries. Initially blended for the 21st birthday celebration of the son and heir of the then Lord Sargadale, this gold-medal winning whisky still carries the seal of the Lord of the Isles.

Islay Mist 10 year old is a mature blend of Islay malt and mainland whiskies giving complex spice, gentle peat and tobacco-like notes balanced with dried fruits and nutty undertones. A luscious sipping dram.

What They Say

Whisky writer Dave Broom believes “it’s a jewel” while his colleague Jim Murray calls Islay Mist “charmingly brazen” and “more an Islay fog than mist”. But that is rather subjective. For objectivity turn to those gold medals the whisky wins at international competitions. Here spirits are judged blindly by industry experts, journalists and connoisseurs.

Enjoy the full balanced flavours however you prefer, be it neat, over ice or with a little water. Truly the malt lovers’.

“I’d much rather be someone’s shot of whisky than everyone’s cup of tea”

Carrie Bradshaw