A miniature 20cl bottling of Lindores' flagship whisky, the MCDXCIV.
Lindores Abbey Scotch Whisky traces its roots to the Tironensian monks of Lindores Abbey, otherwise known as the “Church by the Water,” in 1494. Their journey to deliver whisky today - the first in over 500 years - has taken over two decades and an immense amount of patience.
Aged in bourbon barrels, wine barriques, and sherry butts, this Single Malt has been produced using Fife barley, distilled with the distillery's "sister" pot stills, and bottled on-site.
Long wash fermentation period coupled with an unusual sister spirit stills set up produces a malt of remarkable character for its age. The Sister Spirit Stills enhance and refine the wonderful flavours captured in the long fermentation period, through additional copper contact.
Nose:Elegant, soft, mellow vanilla, caramel notes playing with orchard fruits and sweet pear drops. Reminiscent of toffee apples.
Palate: Smooth with a creamy texture and a perfect balance of mellow vanilla, dried fruits, citrus touches with a hint of spicy notes and a pleasant lingering finish.