Closure: Natural cork stopper
Product of: United Kingdom
Named the magistrate in Sir Walter Scott’s novel ‘Rob Roy’ who tackled a sword-wielding Highlander with a red hot poker at the inn at Clachan of Aberfoyle. Colloquially known as BNJ, indeed previous bottle designs prominently featured the initials.
Sampled on 23/12/2012
Clear, pale golden amber.
Stewed apple, malted barley, nubuck leather with cinnamon, faint nutmeg and lemon zest.
Apple fruitiness on a mellow, yet malty, peaty and smoky palate which oozes character with hints of oak and citrus fruit.
Dry oaked peaty finish lifted by a zing of lemon zest and cinnamon spice.
Barcode UPC: 5 010494 600261