Poit Dhubh, named after the Gaelic term for an illicit still, celebrates the illustrious tradition of illicit whisky-making which became legendary throughout the history of the Gaeltachd of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. The illicit stills being regarded traditionally as a source of some of the most revered whiskies, held in high regard by connoisseurs of discerning taste.
Nose: Medium-sweet, fresh and rich.
Palate: Full-bodied with a subtle aromatic backbone of peatiness and a pleasing robust richness.
Finish: Long, smoky and slightly perfumed
Taste Profile: sweetness 6/10 : Peatiness 8/10.