A reflection of the 19th century distillery which once went by the name Wolfburn. The distillery was largely fired by peat and it’s whiskies would have been smoky.
Nose: Initially smoky with hints of fruit and fresh sea air, accompanied by vanilla and oak woodshavings.
Palate: Floral notes abound, followed by raisins and light spices. Malty flavours open up on the palate, with soft honey sweetness at the finish.