Why are Japanese Whiskies So Popular Around the Globe?
When Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible named Suntory’s Yamazaki Single Malt Sherry Cask 2013 as the best whi... [Read More]
Named after the ghostly devil-hound that has haunted the Highland village of Tomatin for years, this single-malt has been matured in a mixture of virgin oak, Bourbon and Sherry casks. This, combined with the fact that it is lightly peated, to 15 PPM, creates a complexity that is both intriguing and enjoyable. Aromas of citrus fruits are backed up by subtle flavors of peat smoke and a moderately spicy finish to create a well-balanced and delicious single-malt.