With Roots dating back to 1794, this West Highland malt is a true classic that showcases its unique geographical location. Notes of the salt and seaweed are prominent with hints of cut hay and wood smoke rising with a gentle estery sweetness.
The palate is thick and full with citrus with smooth sweetness flavors throughout. The smoke wafts with notes of seaweed. The oak is quite rich with grist and cereal and malt. The finish is long with fruit and dry oak.