Cù Bòcan

Country: Scotland
Region: Highlands
Type: Single Malt
Bottler: Distiller
ABV: 46%
Score: 90 points

Cù Bòcan Single Malt Whisky. Image courtesy Tomatin.This lightly peated whisky from Tomatin is named after a mythical creature said to roam the Scottish Highlands. As for the whisky, it has a smoky and sweet nose with grilled pineapple, mango, and papaya notes, ginger root, a touch of brown sugar, and a light hint of campfire smoke. The taste is sweet and spicy with grilled fruits, black pepper, and a soft smokiness with notes of vanilla and honey underneath. The finish is long and rich with a good balance. (October, 2013)

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