At least 10 single malts are used to create Spice King blended malt whisky, with the signature malts coming from the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. The name reflects the whisky's sweet spice character. Nonchillfiltered and bottled at 46%.
Nose: Soft and spicy with black pepper, barley and honey. Deep and inviting with underlying notes of greengage, green apple and a spritz of sea air.
Palate: Lightly oiled and honeyed with a distinct highland heather and barley character. A touch of spice and dry peat on the middle. Not as fresh as the nose but pleasantly oily.
Finish: Good length with the citrus appearing. Lingering squashed fruit and spice.