Tasting notes by Billy Abbott, The Whisky Exchange
Brine and bonfires – farmyard straw smouldering on the beach. Cracked stone and rock pools lead to sweeter notes apples, pears and dried apricots. Sherbet lemons build, with more minerality and gentle minty notes behind.
Fresh and zesty to start, with candied lemons quickly overrun by burning peat and straw. Liquorice root and cooling menthol are balanced against stewed apple and a touch of blackcurrant. Pepper notes build along with olive oil and brine.
Liquorice, green grass and tingling spice face to leave coal ash and mint fondant.