Blog Post Three: Now I'm getting the hang of this…
A Diageo distillery that really does live up to the claim of Scotland's least known distillery. Not as if it is a youngster: founded 1878, or with a tiny output: approx 1.4 million litres annually or located way out in the hard to find wilds.
It is surrounded by Glen Grant, Glenrothes and Speyburn. It just doesn't have a presence at all. So, this makes it intriguing?
I just want to try it.
Official notes read, "Some kiwi mixed in with notes of caramel, peshwari naan and melted butter. Grows thicker and heavier with more chocolate and rhubarb flavours."
American oak matured, 222 bottles released.