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.
An Islay with notes of grilled cereal, citrus fruits candied, marshmallow, iodized point.
A beautiful peated curiosity, a blend scotch whisky with notes of heather.
Islay single malt, peated and fruity, with notes of toffee, vanilla, citrus fruits.
A peated blend, bound and precise, fine and aromatic, with notes of ashes, apple, pear.
A blend of pleasure, complete, smooth, peated, with notes of citrus fruits, fresh rubber.
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.
A single malt of Highlands end, rich, soft and round, with notes of orange marmalade, spices (ginger), very long finish.