Origin Speyside, peaty, slightly smoky, a touch of malt aromas cold ashes.It owes its name to an exceptional source of the purest "spring Ballantruan" nestling in the hills of Cromdale near Tomintoul, the highest village in the mountains of Scotland.
Flavors of black fruits and caramel in the butter, spicy notes of cinnamon and citrus fruits. Aged in barrels of bourbon and sherry Amoroso Oloroso.
A peated Islay, with lemony notes, iodine, camphor.
A good Islay peated, with notes of exotic fruits, ashes, long final.
An Islay with notes of grilled cereal, citrus fruits candied, marshmallow, iodized point.
A Speyside single malt, rare and surprising, with a nose on fruits freshly picked, an attack in mouth slightly spiced evolving on fruits with a creamy note.
A Speyside single malt, extremely rare, fine and complex, with fruity and buttered notes, evolving on honey and lemony meringue with a touch of vanilla, final very long.
Very fresh, light, beautiful notes patissières and fruity. Linkwood is often known as the distillery that produces the malt for the lighter Speyside and this version is attested in particular.
A single malt full of character, great finesse, creamy, fruity, spicy, honey, sweet finish, a thousand flavors to explore up to the last drop.