Stunning luminous gold
A brilliant combination of vanilla spiciness from the bourbon cask and a delicious fruit overture from the Moscatel cask. The charred oak overture from the bourbon brings a delightful sweet vanilla/spicy combination that embraces the cask tannins.
The sweet crispness of the barley emerges bringing and adding a crispy cereal flavour that is delightful and provides a platform on which the Muscatel overture shines. Hints of green apple, spring gardens and heather in bloom. It’s young, vibrant and anxious to please, which it does.
Finishes beautifully with malt and Moscatel combination: candied orange peel, green tea note and dried dark raisins.
NB: For a spirit that is so young it’s impressive but Glenrothes is a Grade A Distillery so one should not be hesitant due to its youthfulness.
To find out the latest news from Dràm Mòr