Closure: Natural cork stopper
Product of: United Kingdom
Named after the 18th century ancestor of the Wemyss family who produce this blend. Lord Elcho, eldest son of the 5th Earl of Wemyss, supported Bonnie Prince Charlie and fought at his side in vein during the Battle of Culloden leading to his being stripped of his title and lands and exiled to France. Read more
Sampled on 24/09/2012
Clear, light coppery amber.
Dried apricot fruit, Christmas cake and Christmas spice with clove infused linseed oil and faint toffee/fudge.
Rich, fruity and spicy with just enough dry sandlewood, bitter almond and tea-like tannins to add balance and depth.
Long, rich, spiced finish. Overall just a tad too spicy but a most pleasing dram all the same.