Produced by independent bottlers Elixir Distillers, this series forms part of a mutli-year release inspired by Shakespear's iconic play, Macbeth. Each bottling is named and inspired by one of the iconic characters of the play, and includes a label bearing the work of internationally renowned artist Sir Quentin Blake.
Distilled at the now-defunct Cambus distillery which closed in 1993, this 31 year old is a rare example of this single grain Scotch whisky. Citric and cocnutty to start, there is an abundance of oaky notes here, fresh and lively rather than dry and tannic. Coconut pana cotta comes to mind, with quite a delicate character overall. Beautiful whisky from an appropriately 'ghost' distillery.