Balancing smoky intensity with classic Speyside smoothness, this whisky offers a fascinating introduction to peated whiskies. It begins with barley, which, unusually for Glen Moray, undergoes drying in a peat-fired kiln, imparting hints of smoke. Combining this peated barley with traditional malted barley, craftsmen distill a lightly peated spirit intertwined with distinctive campfire notes. Aged in American oak casks, it acquires undertones of vanilla and oak, revealing a new dimension to Glen Moray.
NOSE – Layers of peaty smokiness with vanilla, tangy rhubarb and hints of leather.
TASTE – Instant peat smoke, lightly spiced with creamy vanilla tones.
FINISH – Memorably long. Sweet and spicy oak smoke flavours remain strong all the way to the end.