A blended malt from The Lost Distillery Company's Archivist's Selection, made to represent what the whisky from the long-closed Towiemore distillery could have tasted like. Half historians, half blenders, The Lost Distillery Company research closed distilleries and find out as much as they can about them so they can do their best job of recreating their whisky. The Towiemore distillery was a short-lived venture, producing whisky between 1898 and 1931.
Nose: Vegetal and slightly fruity, with a complex hint of toasted clove.
Palate: Apricot, banana, basil leaf and slowly-developing notes of nutmeg.
Finish: Slightly chocolatey on the finish.
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