Gaelic for ‘peat stack’, this malt has strong influences of peat and sea salt. Burning grass, hay and sweet herbs burst into flavours of nuts, white pepper, seaweed and sea salt to give an intense smoky and spicy whisky.
Colour: Pale gold.
Nose: Crisp and lively sweet peat, with herbal hay, dry smoke and burning grass.
Palate: Starting light, malty and sweet, developing into smoky white pepper and seaweed saltiness.
Finish: Lingering dry smokiness with seaweed and spice.