Another divisive whisky in the vein of Loch Dhu – a massively dark dram with vociferous fans. The name is meant to mean ‘black dog’ in Gaelic, although there are some questions about the spellin.
Well-rounded and smooth. Notes of gentle peat and wafting smoke. Hints of dark nuttiness and espresso beans. A touch of honey with vanilla fudge and a little whisper of something medicinal.
Quite thick and sweet. Notes of fudge and aniseed, a touch of something nutty with cappuccino and gentle smoke.
Fairly long with toffee sweetness and developing oak.
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Cu Dhub say that this whisky is made to honour the legend of the witch of Laggan who was apparently chased in the Forest of Gaick by black dogs and she had to flee from them to save her soul.
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