A throwback to whisky of another style. Back in the 19th century, whisky in the Speyside and the Highlands was often peated, with a totally different character to its modern iteration.
This whisky is peated, but also sherried in the traditional GlenDronach style, having been aged in a combination of Pedro Ximénez, Oloroso, and Port cask.
The result is a whisky rich in notes of dried fruits, bright strawberries, subtle peat and burnt oak, cloves, cinnamon, plums, maple, molasses, and caramelised orange rind.
Bottled at 48% ABV and without chill filtration or colouration, this dram is full bodied and full flavoured.