Shipping to countries within the EU is temporarily suspended while we review the new procedures for shipping due to the UK leaving the EU.
If you have any queries regarding current order please get in touch via email - [email protected].
Bottled from a single hogshead, full of youthful exuberance and full on Brett funk? One for the wild fermented beer lovers! Did you know mark once lived at Inchgower – maybe that is why there is a Belgian beer element to this whisky!
Lambic beer, ribena, blackcurrent, dramp grass cuttings.
Cocoa beans, rasberries, whipped cream.
Dark Chocolate with more grassy flavours coming through again.
Nose – Young but dusty with overripe, hairy peaches. Quite sour, quite weird, but there’s a really lovely, rounded fruit in here too. Warm, soft fruit toffee. That Brett-y note over the top is compelling, yet it’s not quite a durian/Chinese supermarket funk.
Body – Off sweet, dusty and sour again, with sesame snaps and coffee granules in a damp cup. Quite a cereal bitterness to it in a way, but not unbalanced.
Finish – Short and musky, not much fruit in the end just sweetness and body.