Cierre: Natural cork stopper
Producto de: 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.
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