Here comes a review of this lovley bottle Cù Bòcan that I posted earlier
Coffee with Amaretto the sherry notes are there but not too strong. Letting the dram sit for a while i get some caramel hints and some smooth buttery scent.
Quite sharp at first then the caramel follows from the nose and also some wood bark. There is more to it but I cant set words on what it is.
This one has a long finish the sherry notes (red dried fruit with some sweetness) stays with you a long time!
A interesting choice of different casks make it quite unusual, some of the things i felt on both palate and nose was hard to describe so that makes it more complex and I could not set words on what I was sensing.
Cù Bòcan is a celebration of the subtleties of smoke and perfectly balanced sweetness,
Cù Bòcan is an experimental Highland Single Malt that explores innovative finishes to create whiskies full of intrigue and surprise.
Tomatin distillery is behind Cù Bòcan and let them experiment in a different way.
Their signature one has matured in three different casks to combine some unique flavours. The barley is lightly peated and they only distill every
winter in limited batches.
The Signature is aged in bourbon, oloroso sherry and north American virgin oak. This leads to a subtly smoky and suprisingly sweet spirit according to them.
The bottle design is also one of a kind to be unique in every way! Its bottled at 46% and a review of this one is coming soon.