Beinn Dubh or 'Black Mountain' is how Professor Norman Collie described Ben Macdui, the highest peak of the Cairngorm Mountains after his solo climb to the summit in 1891. The whisky, itself potent and mysterious, uses water from Cairngorm's Black Mountain, and is perfectly finished in toasted port casks.
|Distillery: Aromas of fresh fruits mingle with sultanas and black raisins that open up in layers, eventually revealing a deeper darker side.|
|Distillery: In the taste this darker side dominates at first, with currants and rich black chocolate being foremost.|
|Distillery: The both bitterness and sweetness present themselves in equal proportions gradually fading into a long finish.|