Scotland's Oldest Independent Bottler
Never-Chill Filtered, Never-Coloured
Dispatched From Campbeltown
An excellent reich example of a well aged grain from Port Dundas distillery that closed in 2011.
5 in stock
hick, rich and oily. Rapeseed oil, grapes, avacados and hints of pork scratchings and gingerbeer.
Golden syrup, melted butter on wholemeal toast. Rye bread, sweetcorn and apple sauce.
Brandy snaps, poppy seeds, watermelon and grated ginger.
Nose – Bright, clean, green apple. Fruit toffee, cold custard and just a little coffee. Something burnt in among the sugar.
Body – A creamy grain, with salted caramel and Horlicks ice cream (try it). Peppery.
Finish – Long and deep, intensely sweet and still a little charred; tart tatin and struck flints.