This review focuses on an intriguing expression of Ruadh Maor which was distilled in 2009, initially matured in a bourbon hogshead and finished in a refill Koval bourbon barrel before being bottled at the cask strength ABV of 62.3% by The Single Cask.
So, let's dive right into the review!
The Single Cask Ruadh Maor 2009 10 Years Old (62.3% ABV)
Nose: Caramelised sugar, smouldering oak, with notes of candied fruits and biscuits.
Palate: Smoky paprika, mocha, barley and red apples.
Finish: A long meaty finish reminiscent of a much-enjoyed barbecue, counterbalanced with a sweet note.
This expression is sold out worldwide!