Our own specially selected malts "vatted" together in our own cask held in our
Each generation of this whisky will be unique, carrying
on the traits from its predessor but always maturing and evolving.
Jim Murray reviewed a June 2010 batch for his Whisky Bible 2011 and scored it
a highly impressive 90.5 points. The Whisky Bible 2011 is available to
Jim's Tasting notes:
Nose (23 points) huge oak : pungent and salty with a soup on
of peat; lightly molassed with a more telling imprint of maple syrup;
Taste (23 points) dense delivery: the wood is amongst the
leaders, as is pithy orange. But giant waves of malt break over the taste buds
to claim control; the extra complexity is completed with busy spice;
Finish (22.5 points) toffee fudge and raisin;
points) some judicious has been carried out here in the Robert Graham
shop. Amazing for a living cask that I detect no major sulphur faultlines.