Aged in three types of cask - bourbon, refill and re-charged - this 12 year old Highland Single Malt is perfectly balanced with a deep fruity character of peach and pear and the characteristic hints of peat and smoke found in Loch Lomond Whiskies.
The nose offers crisp green apple, ripe pear and refreshing citrus lemon with notes of golden cereal lurking underneath. The palate is deeply fruity with lemon meringue, pear and orchard fruits leading to citrus lemon, vanilla and light biscuit. The finish is medium with gentle wood smoke and a lingering peaty tang.
'…so succulent! Never before seen spice like it, or such sublime balance with the fruity malt…'
Jim Murray, Whisky Bible 2017
Nose: Creamy vanilla, with a touch of freshly baked apple turnover.
Palate: Brown sugar and five-spice. Orchard fruit notes continue, with a hint of yellow plum too.
Finish: Quite drying, though still sweet with vanilla.