anCnoc Peatheart Batch 3

Prepare to be captivated by the smoky allure of anCnoc Peatheart Batch 3, a heavily peated single malt whisky. With a robust peat level of 34ppm, this expression embodies the essence of the north-west Scottish peatlands, with notes of green apple, citrus and vanilla and smoky peat on the palate.

Ardnamurchan Cask Strength Release 2023

From the new Ardnamurchan distillery, located in the Western Highlands, this 2023 bottling has been made with mostly peated barley, and matured within 90% bourbon casks and 10% sherry casks, before being bottled at a robust cask strength of 58.1% abv. It boasts flavours of coastal peat, apples and pears, and black pepper spice.

Oban Distillers Edition 2021

Released as part of the Distillers Edition series, this expression was matured in ex-bodega Montilla Fino casks before being bottled in 2021 at 43% abv. Full of the salty and smoky maritime flavours Oban has become so well-loved for, this is one of the distillery's finest releases to date. Located in the West Highlands, the distillery pre-dates the town of Oban, and continues to use peat like back in the day.

Glenturret 7 Year Old Peat Smoke 2023

This 2023 core release from The Glenturret has been made with peated malt and matured for seven years, creating a wee smoky gem. A Highland single malt from Scotland's oldest working distillery, the palate brings citrus, fresh green oak and sultanas, all undercut by meandering peat smoke.

Old Pulteney Huddart

This Highland single malt from Old Pulteney is a uniquely smoky take on the Maritime Malt, having been finished in casks that previously held peated malt. Huddart is named for the distillery's street address and for Captain Joseph Huddart who supplied maps and charts to the British Fisheries Society who built Pulteneytown and its harbour. Peat and smoke blend with ground spices and soft vanilla on the palate.

Loch Lomond Peated Single Grain

This single grain Scotch whisky from Loch Lomond distillery in Alexandria is produced exclusively with malted barley, but using a Coffey still rather than the traditional pot still, meaning it cannot be designated a 'Single Malt Scotch Whisky', but rather a 'Single Grain Scotch Whisky'. The barley is measured at 50ppm but with the continuous distillation method, the smoke is not massively at the forefront and compliments the flavours of green apple, lime and aniseed nicely.

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