Step back in time for a second and you might happen to see the Strathmill distillery, but it could very well be producing something completely different to tasty Speyside whisky - porridge! Yes, Strathmill used to be a porridge oats mill, but it was soon converted into a working whisky distillery, and the rest is history. Delicious history. Anyway, renowned thief Goldilocks clearly didn’t get the memo and she’s gone searching for her favourite breakfast treat in the Strathmill distillery. Somehow she found some leftover porridge oats and is now fortifying her breakfast with a particular classic brand of gin...
Nose: Wheat crackers and dried apricots. Undertones of berry teas and dry white wines.
Palate: Fresh cream and star anise. Orchard fruit sweetness develops.
Finish: Golden syrup and honey mixed together (what sort of genius/madman would do that?!).