Type: Single Malt
Score: 83 points
Strictly, this is not a kosher whisky, since the distillery hasn’t received Kosher certification. This expression started out in bourbon casks before being re-racked into Kosher wine casks from Israel’s Carmel Winery. The nose is light with notes of vanilla, red grapes, green apples, peaches, and nectar. The taste has peaches balanced with a green apple tartness, along with vanilla and brown sugar that come out as the tartness fades. The finish is slightly tart, but fades too quickly. An interesting experiment.