Scapa does the same with Glansa.
At Scapa they said they receive their casks from a cooperage with no information about their origin.
Pulteney however source their casks from spesific distilleries but will not disclose which.
The Pulteney approach probably gives more control, and in my opinion pays off as this is a much better result.
Sweet with a clear note of coastal peat.
Still retains a lot of the Pulteney fresh ripe fruit.
A good and interesting nose, which leads me to think they are quite picky about the casks they choose.
This is not bad, if you're not looking for the extreme.
Peat is gentle, mellow, coastal.
Texture is creamy, and the 46% give it a slight and very pleasant spice level.
A little salty, sweet citrus, chared wood notes.
Could have been longer, because what is there is good.
Light peaty smoke, sweet.