Triple distillation is a style of whisky making that is nowadays so rare to find, and this typical Lowlands distillery is one of the very few that still operates according to this elaborate process. In spite of the high alcohol degree and the robust body, it’s a feast of delicate and ethereal aromas. It yields an incredibly flowery nose, rich of springtime meadowy aromas, immediately followed by a sunny blast of ultra-ripe fruits (peaches, apricots, bananas, passion fruit). The same unique style is found at the palate too: very flowery, with evident notes of rose blossoms, then turning to a fruity taste of small wild berries and ripe peaches, sweet and creamy. The sweet and honeyed character then turns to a slightly tannic aftertaste, with sandalwood, overripe bananas and candied oranges. Intense, pastry-like, but incredibly clean.