This journey begins, as you drive through rolling Lowland fields of barley to Glenkinchie (43% ABV). It continues as you travel north to the Highland pastures of Dalwhinnie (43% ABV). After which, a visit to Oban (43% ABV) takes you to the sea, between Highlands and Islands.
Glenkinchie 12 Year Old - Bright gold, the nose aromatic and flowery overall, like breathing in a country garden. Vanilla and fresh citrus notes. Light bodied. A sweet, scented, creamy taste, with lemon cheesecake and floral notes, smoothly giving way to a drying, herbal finish with a soft and mellow afterglow. A fine aperitif.
Dalwhinnie 15 Year Old - A crisp, dry and very aromatic nose with hints of heather and peat. Golden, light to medium bodied. Smooth and lasting flavours of heather, honey-sweetness and vanilla, followed by deeper citrus-fruits and hints of malted bread, lead to a lingering, surprisingly intense finish with smoke and malt. Great chilled.
Oban 14 Year Old - Rich sweetness and citrus fruits on the nose with sea-salt and peaty smokiness. Full gold, rich bodied, a mouth-filling palate packed with late autumn fruits - dried figs and honey-sweet spices - followed by a long, sweet finish with an appealing smoky, malty dryness and a grain of salt. Delicious.
After enjoying these classic malts, embark on The Green Classic Malt journey with Lagavulin, Talisker and Cragganmore.