A break in the Spey Valley , a region of higher production of amber liquid , allowing Jean- Luc Maldant find a distillery and men as passionate as him. Several visits to Scotland and the growing desire to assert its refinements and assemblies drums , Jean -Luc Maldant creates its own brand of Scotch Whisky , The "Mac Malden ."
Very dark , relaxed Café
The power of peat takes good nose. Iodine and smoke wrapping them all the wealth .
Tar, camphor and finely mentolée .
Large and strong, concentrated peat ending notes of salted butter caramels .
The "administrative" separation between Highlans Lowlands and dates back to the late 18th century , forming a kind of legalization before the hour clandestine distillers Highlands. They then had the right to use smaller stills and musts less concentrated than their counterparts in the Lowlands, but in return they had no permission to export their malts ! This undoubtedly explains the maintenance in Highland malts with many more Typicity .