Definition of peated in English:

peated

adjective

  • Of the smell or taste of whisky or occasionally of the whisky itself: characterized by peat, peaty. Also of malt: that has been prepared for use in the production of whisky or (occasionally) beer by drying over a peat fire.

Origin

1930s; earliest use found in The Times. From peat + -ed.

Pronunciation

peated

/ˈpiːtɪd/