Using now rare worm tubs, the distillery maintains traditional practices like these in order to maintain its whisky's elusive fruity character.
|Distillery: Sweet. Almonds, or maybe marzipan? Some orange juice. Perhaps a trace of sawn wood. With water, Speyside esters, nut oil and buttery fat, prawn crackers, traces of fresh pears; a whiff of smoke or steam; dense.|
|Distillery: Pleasant mouthfeel; sweetish, then dryish, with some acidity between; all well balanced.|
|Distillery: Dryish, balanced finish|