Type: Single Malt
Score: 91 points
This was the result of a happy accident when Penderyn bought empty casks from other distilleries and got a few peated ones in the bunch. It’s in limited supply, but well worth looking for. The nose is light and softly peated with notes of green apples and pears. The taste is thick and chewy with a touch of cinnamon and hints of peat and salt. The finish has a soft smokiness reminiscent of candle smoke along with a touch of pears.