Lively with floral and grassy notes, leading to white peaches and grapefruit juice. Hints of fresh mint and warm cereal biscuity notes.
Citrus peel and toasted gingerbread. Sweeter citrus notes develop into honey, cinnamon and spice. With water added Creamy vanilla fudge, baking spices, jam tarts, and peppery oak come to the fore.
Medium to long finish with notes of caramelised citrus, shaved oak, white pepper, honey and warming spices of cloves and burnt vanilla.
The Ghost of Clanyard Bay, Chapter 6: Crows
The Fable brand is built on storytelling, art and illustration. They aim to set the imagination free and open up the charming and romantic world of fine independent whiskies.
An independent bottler who is far from the ordinary, Fable bring legendary myths to life through arts and animation, showcasing hand selected single malts with distinctive taste and intriguing character.
Their first instalment dives into the legend of 'The Ghost Piper of Clanyard Bay', a story hailing from the south west coast of Scotland, close to Stranraer.
Fable have collaborated with artist Hugo Cuellar to design the labels, characters and scenes, creating the enchanted world that forms a set of eleven chapter releases.
This is chapter 6/11, representing the cawing crows of Clanyard Bay. It is embodied by a 12 year old Blair Athol spirit, a classic Speysider with alluring fruity and floral notes.
This 12 year old Blair Athol hogshead was bottled at a cask strength ABV of 56.3%, with zero chill filtration and no added colouration... just the way we like it!
The sweet, fresh scent of this fine golden nectar would lure anyone into that cave!
Distillery: Blair Athol
Cask Type: Hogshead
Cask Number: 304772
Bottle Size: 700 ml