The Journey to Islay is not an easy one. Getting there takes time but the island, like its whisky, is worth the effort. We have made this trip for generations and will continue to do so, bringing back some of the best malt whiskies Islay has to offer.
To create this outstanding blend of fine Scotch malt whisky we have selected whiskies from the very finest distilleries to be found on the iconic Isle of Islay. The balance of smoothness and complexity of flavour and aroma comes from blending whiskies some of which have been matured in Bourbon hogheads.
Tasting Notes: The aroma of this Blended Malt Whisky is redolent with notes of smoke, ash, and tar, whilst in the mouth there are pungent notes of peat, brine and seaweed.
Sunrise on the awe-inspiring coastline of the Kintyre peninsula brings with it a sense of unparalleled optimism.
Like this whisky, this is a place which radiates warmth and connotes the sweetness of new life. Light dances on the water and the chilled salt sea breeze coats lips, carrying the promise of something as yet unspoken which lies just ahead.
As the sun sets, this isn’t an end but an invitation to embrace a new beginning – a new adventure.
Tasting Notes: Fresh, lively and fruity on the nose with pineapple, orange, honeysuckle and vanilla pods. Very clean and sweet on the palate with a touch of lemon meringue pie and honey. The sweetest of oak lingers softly on the finish.
Setting foot for the first time on the enchanted isles of the Hebrides, there is an unmistakable sense of ethereal greatness.
Whether it’s in the tales of ancient civilisations, the staggering monuments that mark the land or the entrancing coastal landscape, the invisible power is as humbling as it is inspiring.
The is a whisky dedicated to ancestral wisdom, modern-day secrets and the knowledge that some mysteries will remain forever unsolved.
Tasting Notes: On the nose we are immediately transported to the rugged Hebridean isles off Scotland’s west coast, with a wonderfully zesty, coastal brininess. A gentle peat smoke on the palate, ripe apples, malted barley and a touch of seaweed. A long, satisfyingly warming finish calls us back for another sip.
It is often said that belonging is a state of mind.
But there are some places in the world that naturally evoke a sense of belonging more distinctly than others. In the majestic Highlands of Scotland, purple heather covers rugged hills and ice-cold burns cut smoothly through gentle glens.
Like this whisky, the Highlands offer an undeniable sense of true tranquillity. In this land of infinite winding paths, each one leads to a place that feels like home.
Tasting Notes: A golden coloured whisky with a robust, full bodied nose of rich, sweet aromas such as vanilla custard, fudge, toffee apples and puff candy. Creamy and buttery on the palate it is initially sweet before developing with vanilla custard powder, apricots, peaches and pears like a fruit salad. A relatively short finish – sweet with hints of oak and nuts.