Glansa is the new single malt from the Scapa distillery, the name means shining storm-laden skies in Norse. This malt has been given a little peat-treatment with and extra resting period in casks which previously held peated malt. The result is honey smoothness with soft fruits but richer in style than Skiren with a smoky edge.
Distillery Tasting notes :Nose: Fruity sweet with notes of soft peach, pineapple, vanilla intermingled with subtle bonfire smoke Taste: Peach and ripe pear flavours and creamy caramel toffee and vanilla balanced perfectly with soft smoke Finish: Very long with a markedly smoky finish
Tomintoul Tlath Single Malt 40% 70cl
A new entry level malt form Tomintoul distillery, Tlath pronounced "Tlah" which means gentle, mellow in Gaelic. Matured in ex bourbon barrels it has a lovely nose of vanilla, sweet toffee and a hint of mint. The palate is light and creamy wit...
Crabbies 12 years old Lightly Peated
The Crabbie history begins back in the 1800s in Edinburgh where the family was running a busy and established wine and spirits business importing and exporting all over the world. This is a smooth balanced 12 year old whisky which is rich in flavour pa...