Our tasting notes:
Nose: Peach flesh and homemade lemonade join worn leather and moist, smoked earth.
Palate: Balanced and waxy – expect notes of vanilla custard, grapefruit, orange peel and tobacco leaf, floating on plumes of distant char.
Finish: This one lingers in a creamy tail of brine, ash and warming smoke.
Official tasting notes:
Vanilla, tobacco and brown sugar on the nose, palate of porridge, orange, and light honey. The Scottish influence provides a bit more of the classically meaty peat profile on the front palate, which is supported by the warmer, softer spice and smoke from the endemic peat on the back. This whisky is beautifully balanced, and a wonderful meeting of both worlds.