Top 10 Whiskies of 2019 – No. 3
Our newest cask strength bottling comes in strong at No.3
Some famous distilleries are fiercely protective of their whiskies and adapted a process called tea-spooning; as in adding a teaspoon of another malt.
This is so ‘Independent Bottlers’ cannot call it a Single Malt or use the Distillery name.
This exceptional cask in its previous incarnations was known as ‘Wardhead’ and clues to its identity lie within the label.
Colour: Gold, startling, shiny, sparkling
Nose: Exotic fruits, butterscotch, vanilla
Palate: Soft sophisticated spice, toffee touches, lovely lingering long finish.