In 2014 Annandale produced 103 casks of unpeated Man O’ Words. A small number of these casks were bottled at just over 3 years of age, capturing that never-to-be-repeated moment in time when the first of Annandale’s spirit transitioned into Single Malt Scotch Whisky. You can become one of very few Scotch Whisky lovers to own a bottle of Annandale Distillery’s first unpeated Single Malt, ever!
Clean and sweet initially with mixed fruit, apple sauce and traces of nectarine and melon. This gives way to creamy vanilla and a florist shop of fresh flowers and green leaves. All is held together with an underlying earthy, pine-like note. The finish gives green apples, honey and cream with a dry resinous note.
A lovely fresh whisky with excellent balance between fruit and vanilla, and intriguing depth.