Distilling at Lindores Abbey began centuries ago - with the earliest written reference in Scotland to Scotch Whisky (or Aqua Vitae) appearing in the Exchequer Roll in 1494. It records a Brother John Cor, a Lindores monk, who was commissioned by King James IV to turn 8 bolls of malt into Aqua Vitae. 8 Bolls of malt amounts to around 500kg in modern terms and would have been enough to make about 400 bottles of today’s whisky.
This cask-strength single malt from Lindores Abbey was matured in a unique combo of casks: bourbon, Monbazillac sweet wine, STR, and sherry casks. The result is a smooth and silky texture with plenty of nuance.
Nose: Rye toast, shortbread dough, apple pears and a hint of cinnamon.
Palate: Creamy mouthfeel, fresh shortbread, creme brulee/vanilla pudding.
Finish: Leather, white pepper, heavy wood influence.
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