Encased in striking purple packaging, this design features images of two lighthouses of the same name. Developed with input from renowned Scottish engineer Robert Stevenson, the Pentland Skerries lighthouses were built in 1794 on the uninhabited Pentland Skerries islands off the far north eastern coast, en route to Orkney. The whisky is matured in Spanish ex-sherry casks and has a sweet, full-bodied taste with hints of raisins, spices and chocolate. Bottled at 46%.
Nose: Rich and spicy with hints of chocolate, sweet toffee and raisins.
Palate: Sweet, full bodied with hints of raisins, spices and chocolate; a complex long-lasting finish.