Kingsbarns New Make Spirit
A Chance To Sample The New Make Spirit As It Tastes When It Goes Into Cask. Fruity Floral Characters.
Nose – Quite Fruity On The Nose, With A Waft Floral Air.
Palate – More Fruit, Particularly When Tasted With Water.
Finish – Golden Barley Notes Last.
Nose – Cooking spices off the bat, coriander.
Palate – Cinnamon and clove support juniper with cumin throughout.
Finish – Slightly creamy with plenty of warming pepper.
Wemyss Spice King 70cl
West Coast Signature Malt, That’s Are Moderately Peated And Wormtub Distilled, Provide An Oily Mouthfeel And A Spicy Character When Skilfully Blended With Lightly Peated Core Malts. ‘
Nose – Soft And Spicy With Black Pepper, Barley And Honey. Smoke, Camphor And Gentle Peat Appears.
Palate – Lightly Oiled And Honeyed With A Distinct Highland Heather And Barley Character. There Is Also A Touch Of Spice And Dry Peat On The Middle. Not As Fresh As The Nose But Pleasantly Oily.
Finish – Good Length With The Citrus Appearing. Lingering Squashed Fruit, Dry Peat And Spice.
Wemyss Peat Chimney
Intense Islay Malts Matured In Refill Casks That Showcase Their Pungent Peaty Glory When Blended With The Already Smokey Core Malts.
Nose – Green Apples And Dry Wood, Daubed With Toffee.
Palate – Toffee And Syrupy Sweetness Spiced With Cinnamon. The Smoke Is There In The Form Of A Pungent, But Small Note Of Creosote.
Finish – The Liquid Has An Oily Character That Extends Into The Finish, Coating The Mouth And Taking Hold, Leaving An Aftertaste That Is Ashy And Cinnamon-Ed In Equal Measure. Moderate Warmth Grabs Hold And Hangs On For A Stroll.