Cu Bocan (a ghostly dog) has stalked residents of the remote Highland village of Tomatin form many centuries. Sightings are rare, once in a generation and always terrifying. A distillery worker, out walking late, was once relentlessly pursued by an imposing black beast, steam spiraling from flared nostrils , teeth bared. Compelled beyond all natural reason to feel the hound’s dense fur he stopped and reached out, hand trembling, only to see the ghostly spectre – Co Bocan – disappear before his very eyes, leaving nothing but a vacuum of deathly silence and an inky blue colour of smoke.
Matured in a mix of Virgin oak, sherry and bourbon casks, lightly peated with rich citrus and exotic spiced. Non-chill filtered and bottled at 46%.