A distillery with a nickname: "The Hector of the West." Oldest independent family owned distillery in Scotland (1828). All aspects of the whisky making process occurs under one roof. Only Scottish barley is used. Full production process occurs under one roof in Campbelltown; floor malting, maturation and bottling. Malted barley is exposed to only 6 hours of peat smoke during kilning. Washbacks are made of boatskin larch, which is more expensive than the Oregon Pine traditionally used. 70 hour fermentation. 2 � times distilled. Aged in 70% Bourbon casks and 30% sherry butts. Un-chillfiltered and natural colour. Water source for bottling is Crosshill Loch. 46% abv. Very aromatic! Marigold and ginger notes on the nose. Kola nut note. Orange and chocolate.