The Peated Edition delivers a heavy smokiness through the use of malted barley dried over peat fires, a taste akin to the whisky produced when the distillery first got its license in 1775.
A warm bitumen and freshly baked brownie aroma is followed in taste by a sweet, smoky flavour with slight salty notes.
Nose: Peaty nut cookies. Barbecue and coffee cake.
Palate: Smoky, oily cereal and sweet citrus (lemons and grapefruit).
Finish: Smoky oak with a sweet edge.