peated to 45ppm but the resulting whisky tastes more like a peat level of 15ppm.
Spices with citrus and tree fruits.
A fantastic intro to Arran, with vanilla sweetness, cinnamon and green apple.
Peaty. From a distillery that is famous for being unpeated, on an island that is famous for peat.
A heavily sherried GlenDronach finished in the finest Pedro Ximenez and Oloroso sherry casks
Voted Best Malt in the World in 2004 by Spirits Journal
New for 2019, elegant notes of green apple and citrus.
Creation #2 – Japanese Shochu and European Virgin Oak Casks.
This Lagavulin is a 16 year old core range release from this Islay distiller. It is the benchmark Islay dram!
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In 2004, the Malt Maniacs rated this the best “Bang for your buck” whisky.