Matured in a combination of Ex-bourbon and ex-sherry casks, the 17 year old expresses the unique style of Craigellachie Single Malt Whisky - which Alfred Barnard (the reknowned author of the 1887 book 'Whisky Distilleries of the United Kingdom') reported as "seldom met with now". Craigellachie uses traditional worm tubs which can aid the production of heavier whisky as they reduce the contact with copper. A production method which has become even rarer in the modern day operations of Craigellachie's counterparts.
Nose: Vanilla and orchard fruits combine with toffee aromas.
Palate: Exotic citrus fruits and pineapple combine with a dense meaty mouthfeel and hints of smoke and liquorice.
Finish: A long finish.
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