Lindores Abbey Distillery, located in the Scottish Lowlands, brings with it a great deal of whisky history. The first documented distillation of whisky took place at this distillery in 1494. It is thanks to the records of this distillery that Scotland is considered the "country of origin" of whisky, even if the Irish certainly disagree. For a long time Lindores Abbey was closed and only revived in 2017. This exciting whisky was matured for three and a half years in a combination of ex-bourbon, ex-sherry and STR (shaved, toasted and re-charred) casks from Burgundy Country. Each bottle has 46% alcohol content.
Soft and gentle, with lots of vanilla, caramel, green apples and pear drops.
Creamy, with dried fruit, figs, sultanas, a hint of citrus and spice.
Light but long lasting.