Type: Single Malt
Region: Scotland – Islay
Strength: 46.3% alc/vol
Dusty and damp with rich-sherry-character. Mint humbugs and cherries. A fresh woodiness reminiscent of a delicate cognac. Chewy to taste, with more wood character. Well-balanced with an attractive finish. A superb malt.
Nose: Salted caramel leading to sticky toffee pudding sprinkled with nutmeg.
Palate: Dense, rich sherried notes perked up with coastal saltiness.
Finish: Warming and lengthy; salt and sherry towards the very end.