|Article:||Wolfburn Morven lightly peated|
|Region:||Northern Highlands, Thurso|
|Whisk(e)y-type:||Single Malt Scotch Whisky|
|Characteristics:||Initially smoky with hints of fruit and fresh sea air. On the palate floral notes are augmented by hints of cereal, followed by vanilla and light spices. The residual tang of peat smoke gives a lingering finish. |
|Special:||Non chill-filtered, natural colour.|
Original Tasting Notes.
Wolfburn Distillery supplements the core range with Wolfburn "Morven" the third in the long run available quality, named after the highest mountain of the northern Highlands.
For "Morven" only lightly peated malt is exclusively used and it is considerably so different from the two other basic qualities Wolfburn "Northland" and "Aurora" which are produced from unpeated malt. It is thrilling that despite the malt specification of only 10 ppm the peat leaves intensive traces and appears much more considerably than one would expect it.
|Country of origin:||Scotland|
|Name of the company:||Wolfburn Distillery|