Bold and smoky, the Caisteal Chamuis Bourbon Barrelled Blended Malt Scotch Whisky (NAS) takes drinkers on a misty voyage to discover the perfect balance of mysterious oak layers, added by the fresh bourbon casks, produces a character that reveals itself slowly; smooth peat, without ever being medicinal, to start; then honeyed peppery notes, complex sweet spices and a creamy vanilla finish.
Caisteal Chamuis Blended Malt
Grower: Torabhaig Distillery
Style: Blended Malt – Bourbon Cask
Age: No Age Statement
Alcohol: 46% ABV
Bottle Size: 70cl
3 in stock
Distilled on Skye, Orkney & Islay. The new expressions are named after the mysterious medieval ruin, Caisteal Chamuis (Gaelic pronunciation phonetically resembles Kash-teel Haam-oosh or for non-Gaelic speakers – Castle Camus), which lies on the headland of the eastern flank of Knock Bay, on the Isle of Skye. The once strategic stronghold helped Clan Macleod secure their hold over part of the Sleat peninsula on Skye. Last occupied over 380 years ago, the first elements of the castle were raised in the 13th century on the site of an Iron Age fort known as Dun Torabhaig. The ruins are a testament to the rich and storied heritage of the Isle of Skye. In Caisteal Chamuis we have created a mystifying whisky from the Hebrides, celebrating the life and lore of a past that might have been at the castle. While the story may be mysterious, enjoying a good quality, peated malt whisky shouldn’t be...