Type: Single Malt
Score: 95 points
The nose on this Campbeltown classic is salty and briny with buttered popcorn, pickle juice, and smoked salmon notes. The taste is puckering and tart with a lemon-lime citrus note, brine, smoked salmon, black pepper, and barbecued beef…along with hints of linseed oil and furniture polish. The finish is salty, smoky, nutty, and lingers amazingly.