Its name describes the illicit stills that abounded time smuggling and Poit Dhub part of the family Gaelic whiskeys. They represent the attachment of a gentleman farmer Gaelic traditions and terroir Celtic in the person of Sir Ian Noble, whose production is most famous whiskeys "owner".
Malt medium - soft, rich, with a good peaty backbone, this Poit Dhubh 8 years of age is full-bodied with a long finish, smoke, lightly scented.
Beautiful amber color
Nose heather, bracken, slightly peaty.
Virile and powerful attack with fat and a good Oloroso sherry coating and dominant notes of honey and acacia.
floral, fruity, peaty, woody
This is the heart of the Highlands beats as the whiskey, because this region has fifty distilleries malt, a good half of those in Scotland. River Spey who gave his name crosses from south to north, in an area of desert plateaus carved by rivers, where s is gathered mainly from human activities.