The barley malt is distilled in century-old stills, then aged in oak casks for three years. During the maturation process, it gradually takes on its lovely amber color and develops magnificent aromas of pear, cherry, and lily. The finish hints at apples.
"European Single Cask Whisky of the Year" - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2011, on the 44-month edition of the Belgian Owl.
NOSE: Ripe and fruity with luscious peach, dried apricot, and tropical fruits. Hints of orange blossom and vanilla fudge.
Vanilla sweetness, granola, toasted almonds and honey, a little oak, digestive biscuits, apricots, and a hint of coca.
Long lingering finish with a light maltiness and sweet oak. Not so much a finish, more of an encore.">