Scotland's Oldest Independent Bottler
Never-Chill Filtered, Never-Coloured
Dispatched From Campbeltown
An absoloute cracker of a Cameronbridge – for lovers of grain whisky this should not be overlooked.
1 in stock
Caramel waffles, flaked almonds, white chocolate cheesecake. Satsumas, dried banana chips and coconut milk.
Caramel tuiles, faint golden rum notes, muscavado sugar, milk chocolate, soft spice and rye notes.
Gingerbread, golden syrup, dry vermouth and almost a little hoppy.
Nose – Bright, beautiful fruit, with real depth and an almost porky fat to it. Jewelled fruit syrup, complex and varnished woods. Somewhere between lipstick, Pringles and linseed oil.
Body – Fruit polos. Cigarette tobacco. There’s a Chinese fruit/sugar/tannin/chilli thing going on here.
Finish – Long with an insistent fruit; gentle and creamy but quite alien.
Utterly delicious, weird and wonderful in that way the best grains sometimes are.