Tasting note: A slightly different Loch Gorm on the nose; trace sulphur followed by dustings of cocoa, marzipan and Seville oranges developing over a blanket of soot. A touch of lanolin too. Slow and measured on the palate, with a lovely evolution of superb purity. Smokey, earthy and more mezcal-like through the finish – tasted blind you might think it’s from Oaxaca. 46% Alc./Vol.