This very special bottling commemorates that time the Earth was accidentally destroyed by a reversing hyper-galactic Salmon stillhouse because Jan Birch was distracted by the amusing properties of zero-gravity dramming.
The whisky inside this bottle hails from an unspeakable and mysterious distillery in the town of Rothes. Known locally only as 'the second least amusing of our distilleries - several of which are in fact quite dull so potentially not that amusing at all'.
This bottling is the result of a cosmic collision of two refill hogsheads. Bottled with slight reduction to our commonly enjoyed 'seshing ABV' of 48.5%.
Please enjoy it responsibly and do not attempt to adjust the fabric of space time or operate a microplane while under the influence.
Nose: Classical mature Speyside style, but still superbly fresh. Abundant notes of honeysuckle, grass, hay, soft waxes, dessert wines and baked apple.
Palate: Perfect weight and richness thanks to the bottling strength. Lightly waxy, lemony, honeyed and showing many ripe green and orchard fruits. A beautiful example of aged Speyside malt whisky but with wonderfully preserved freshness and fruitiness.
|Classification||Single Malt Whisky|
|Cask||Two refill hogsheads|
|ABV / Volume||48.5%/ 70cl|