Cù Bòcan Signature Highland Single Malt Whisky (700ml - 46%)
Cu Bocan Signature, a masterpiece from the renowned Tomatin Distillery in Inverness, embodies an exquisite lightly peated Highland single malt seamlessly woven into an enchanting series of smoky whiskies. Meticulously crafted from a harmonious blend of ex-bourbon, ex-Oloroso sherry, and American virgin oak casks, this expression reveals a delightful symphony of flavours. Fruity nuances dance with the sweetness of vanilla, heightened by the warmth of cinnamon, all delicately enhanced by a subtle wisp of smoke.
In the whisky that solidified our reputation, gentle smoke entwines with luscious citrus and exotic spices. Intriguingly smoky, surprisingly sweet, it unveils the realm of lightly peated whisky.
This unique release, meticulously produced in limited winter batches, showcases Cu Bocan's artistry, inviting enthusiasts to relish an extraordinary and harmoniously balanced sensory journey.
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In the whisky that made our name, light smoke intertwines with rich citrus and exotic spices. Subtly smoky, surprisingly sweet, it opens up the world of lightly peated whisky.
|Manufacturer||Tomatin Distillery Co. Ltd|
|Bullet Point 1||Made in the winter months only using the tall, slim copper stills of the Tomatin Distillery in the Scottish Highlands, using lightly peated barley for a subtly smoky, surprisingly sweet spirit|
|Bullet Point 2||Cù Bòcan is known for its experimental maturation style and this unusual combination gives an extraordinary depth and complexity of flavours|
|Bullet Point 3||Light smoke intertwines with rich citrus and exotic spices, with aromas of honey, coconut and milk chocolate and a palate of treacle, coffee, pecan pie and cinnamon|
|Bullet Point 4||Avoiding chill-filtration allows the true flavours to be enjoyed without altering the aromas, characteristics or the natural colour of the whisky|