Since Sir Alexander Ramsay established the distillery in 1824 they have been going to extraordinary lengths to capture the purest expression of their whisky's character. Located in the foothills of Scotland's Cairngorms, they don't use crystal clear mountain water as an ingredient, they drench their stills with it, cooling the copper so only the finest vapors rise.
In the glass this is like amber honey in sunlight. On the nose you get vanilla and pear with soft spices. To taste it is refreshing, nectarine notes and tropical fruit with subtle roasted coffee, cloves and ginger. A memorable finish with hints of sultanas and black toffee.