The Miltonduff distillery lives in the Speyside region, producing oodles of tasty whisky, with a generous portion making its way into blends - with Ballantine’s featuring Miltonduff as one of its defining malts. For a short while during the latter half of the 1900s, Miltonduff housed a pair of Lomond stills, the whisky from which was called Mosstowie. Less than 20 years later, the Lomond stills were decommissioned, making Mosstowie whisky rather rare indeed. On the label for our Miltonduff, you can see Dick Beach, the MWP for Miltonduff, campaigning along with the Loch Ness Whisky Parliament.
Nose: Polished oak and rancio, with brown sugar cutting through the richness.
Palate: Coffee-dipped brioche, anise, more oak, pink peppercorn and toffee apple.
Finish: Continued coffee warmth, with underlying chocolatey notes and a touch of Turkish delight.