Salty seabreeze at first, with light smoke and warming citrus notes following. On the palate there is delicately spiced stem ginger, balanced by vanilla elements, citrus, honey and a final, gentle smokiness.
Notes by Stuart Easton
|Product Name||Kirkwall Bay Single Malt|
|Strength (ABV %)||46.00%|
|Private Label||Morrison and Mackay|
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