Linlithgow – St Magadalene

Very expressive, surprisingly fruity. Jammy sweetness and fresh acidity. An interesting cedar-dry medicinal development. Chocolate spread on toast. To finish – dries out into a warming, slightly bitter, short finish, leaving a ghost of chocolate orange.

Ledaig – 10 year

Medium-bodied and rich palate. Notes of spice and smoke gathering above the charred oak. The peat is quiet and dry with a touch of black pepper and earth. Medium length finish, slightly smoky with spice.

Kilkerran

A delicate, slightly smokey and nutty, spiced malt nose, quite full bodied and peppery, with developing fruitiness. Lingering spice and walnuts to finish, with vanilla and peat tang.