|Country of origin||Scotland, Scotland|
|Alcohol Content||40 % Vol|
Nose: Beautifully clean despite coal-gas bite. The barley is almost in concentrate form with a marmalade sweetness adding richness.
Palate: Crisp, firm arrival with massive barley surge, seriously chewy and textbook bitter-sweet balance; but now some oils have tucked in to intensify and lengthen.
Finish: Incredibly long and refined for such a light malt. The oak, which made soft noises in the middle now intensifies, but harmonises with intense barley; an added touch of coffee signals some extra oak in recent bottling.
|Speciality||suitable for vegetarians|