Poit Dhubh 12 yr old
This fine 12 year old malt whisky is elegant and smooth, with a good balance of sweetness and peatiness, giving a long, smooth and smoky finish.
Nose: Medium-bodied with soft smokiness, a touch of liquorice and a slight hint of citrus.
Palate: Smooth with a touch of dryness. A good balance of peatiness and sweetness.
Finish: Long, smooth and smoky.
Taste Profile: Sweetness 7/10 : Peatiness 7/10
Prában na Linne
Island (Highland), Speyside
- The Gaelic WhiskiesA blended malt, Poit Dhubh is a mellow, lightly peated whisky that comprises mostly of Talisker, which reflects the fact its parent company, Pràban, is based on the Isle of Skye. The remainder of the blend is composed of various Speyside malts which imparts and matured partly in sherry casks which lends it they typically rich flavours you would expect. Nose: Medium-sweet, fresh and rich. Palate: Full-bodied with a subtle aromatic backbone of peatiness and a pleasing robust richness. Finish: Long, smoky and slightly perfumed Taste Profile: sweetness 6/10 : Peatiness 8/10.
- The Gaelic WhiskiesThis elegant 21 year old blended malt whisky was awarded a Gold Medal at the 2008 International Wine and Spirit Competition. It imparts soft enticing aromas of vanilla, oak and peat. Refined, rich and well rounded. Nose: Soft enticing suggestions of vanilla, oak and peat. Robust yet well rounded. Palate: Complex and full-flavoured, with rich peat and smoke overtones balanced by a sweet sherry wood smoothness. Finish: Long, warm soft and gently spicy Taste Profile: Sweetness 7/10 : Peatiness 8/10
- The Gaelic WhiskiesThis fine 12 year old malt whisky is elegant and smooth, with a good balance of sweetness and peatiness, giving a long, smooth and smoky finish. Nose: Medium-bodied with soft smokiness, a touch of liquorice and a slight hint of citrus. Palate: Smooth with a touch of dryness. A good balance of peatiness and sweetness. Finish: Long, smooth and smoky. Taste Profile: Sweetness 7/10 : Peatiness 7/10
- The Gaelic WhiskiesMac Na Mara signifies in Gaelic “the Son of the Sea”, echoing the ancient maritime tradition of the Hebridean Islands of Scotland and their historic association with the Celtic sea kingdom that dominated the great seafaring routes from the Isle of Man to the Isle of Lewis from medieval times until well into the 16th century. The MacNaMara Rum Finish is double matured, having been matured in Guyanan Rum Casks for twelve months following the standard maturation in Bourbon casks. This Gaelic whisky is fresh and smooth in character with a touch of oiliness balanced by the sweetness of Rum. Nose: Light, biscuit-like with a touch of sugared Rum sweetness Palate: Fresh, smooth, slightly oily but balanced by the sweetness of the Rum Finish: Medium length, slightly creamy Taste Profile: Sweetness 6/10 : Peatiness 3/10
- The Gaelic WhiskiesTè Bheag, pronounced “Chey Vek”, is the colloquial and affectionate expression used in Gaelic when referring to a “wee dram”. As a connoisseurs’ Gaelic Whisky, Tè Bheag contains a high proportion of aged single malts, matured in sherry casks. Following the best of whisky making traditions and omitting the modern chilfiltering process, the heart of the whisky is preserved intact, giving a distinctively softer, fuller and richer character, acclaimed by connoisseurs. Nose: Fresh with a citrus note, good richness, a delicate peatiness and a light touch of cereal. Palate: Weighty, slightly creamy, a good touch of liquorice with a toffee-like richness and a delicate peaty note. Finish: Of good length with a rich soft spirited character. Taste Profile: Sweetness 6/10 : Peatiness 4/10