Founded in 1897, the Speyburn distillery is a much photographed Victorian classic by Charles Doig. (Go on Google* it, there are lots and lots).
There’s lots of interesting facts about the Speyburn distillery but we’ve decided to incorporate Speyburn’s unofficial brand ambassador, Jan Birch’s theory that Speyburn owes its unique flavour to the Victorian Salmon Cannon used in its production.
*Other search engines are possibly available, but nobody wants to do a Hawaii Five-0...
Nose: Fresh and fragrant. Grassy summer meadows with hints of orange oil and pine sawdust
Palate: Nutty malt with hints of orange oil followed by creamy vanilla
Finish: Custard Cream biscuits initially, but quickly turns spicy with fragrant cardamom