With just a smidge of Scottish Peat used to give their barley a smoky taint, this whisky has been aged in 200 lt+ American oak, ex tawny port barrels.
The balanced, whispy peat gets sent to the back of your palate whilst you develop a slightly savoury/cinnamon mouth feel. On the nose you will get tawny cask florals, apricot & maybe fruit cake aromas. Your palate will find savoury, slightly salty & earthy tones with a classic, slightly Scottish heritage finish of wispy, smoke & spice.
1881 was when it all 'kicked off' with illicit distilling in the Timboon area.