The Dean of Dunblane held feudal rights over the village of Deanston during the 1500s, at a time when the region was a center of textile manufacture. An ancient cotton mill is functional to this day, home to Deanston Distillery. Is it possible that the source of export quality cotton could also be the perfect place to make the finest Malt? Hold a dram to the light and consider its long journey. Breathe deep into the fruit aromas laden with honeycomb and creamyness, enjoy the long, balanced finale as spiced honey flavours dance upon the tongue.
Dark golden hue. Fresh hays of summer, malty cereal bouquets, rich creamy toffee and honeyed heather balanced by sweet oak and barley sugar. Smooth creamy sweetness with sumptuous hints of fruit, malty honeyed spiciness and soft vanilla. Crisp and satisfying with a tingle of cloves which linger,. Delve into the layers of barley sugar, creamy toffee and orange with hints of ginger. When water is added, a heavenly clouding occurs, exactly as it should be.