High in the north of Scotland, between the mild Gulf Stream and rough storms, on the east coast lies the Dornoch Firth - a region of extraordinary beauty and the home of Balblair Whisky. The beginnings of Balblair Whisky production date back to 1790. This makes the Balblair Whisky distillery the second oldest producer in Scotland. It is said that the pure air and peaty soil of this region produces a particularly soft water. Fire, water, air and earth are the original elements and natural ingredients for a distinctive single malt whisky.
The Balblair Single Malt 2003 has a beautiful golden amber color and the typical Balblair aromas are noticeable in the nose: Floral and aromatic, interspersed with citrus fruits, apricots and honey. The American ex-Bourbon barrels add toffee, butterscotch and vanilla notes. On the palate the Balblair Single Malt 2003 is full-bodied, with notes of oranges, lemons, honey and fine spices. The finish is persistent, with a spicy touch, but always remains balanced.
Origin: Scotland / Alc. 46% / Vol. 70cl.