The great malt whiskies of Scotland have historically been grouped by geographical region. Although single malt scotch whiskies are renowned for their diversity, the malts from each region do also share certain characteristics. Islay malts have peaty, seaweedy flavour; Campbeltown a distinctive salty tang. Lowland whiskies are lighter, with a fruity quality; Highland malts are smoky and sophisticated often with a trace of sweetness while those from the Orkney Islands are classic, full bodied with a heather honey accent. SKU:P0328S
An older vintage style bottling which has since been discontinued. Now considered a collectors item.