No age statement
Closure: Screw / Stelvin cap
Product of: United Kingdom
Originally named 'Black Grouse' after the rare Black Grouse, a rare cousin to the better known Red Grouse. Only around 5,000 male Black Grouse birds survive in Britain and 50 pence from each bottle of whisky sold is donated to the RSPB charity towards conservation work. Read more
Sampled on 08/07/2014
Dark amber with golden highlights.
Oatmeal and bran with espresso and currants.
Well integrated and malty with a touch of smoky peat and oil. Spices and fruit emerge before turning bone dry with cigar tobacco.
Malty, lightly smoked dry finish.