The distillery has 10 stills and 20 washbacks and produces 5.5 million liters per year. Most disappears into the blend ‘Cutty Sark’. A special event: In 1922 there was a fire and 700,000 liters of whisky was lost. After the explosion of the barrels the whisky flowed into the river: Burn of Rothes and made the trout were as gentle as lambs and could be caught by hand.
Nose: Sultanas, herbs, black currents, something yeasty
Taste: Light malt, white pepper, licorice, tea biscuits
Finish: Medium, fruity, nicely balanced with the oak