Whisky Lindores Abbey 30 Years Old, wooden box, 0.7 L
Whiskey rich amber color with a reddish tint
The taste of whiskey balanced, delicate, thin salty nuances, shades of dried fruit in the finish.
Deep flavor of whiskey is rich tones of violet, caramel, apple jam and honey.
Whiskey is the perfect digestif, combined with a cigar and coffee.
Ancient Abbey Lindores in Fife is known as the "Birthplace of Scotch whiskey." The abbey was founded in 1191 by David, Earl of Huntingdon, who, as some experts believe, was Robin Hood! The earliest records of Scottish whiskey from 1494 year, they refer to the monk John Abbey Korea, which was paid for eight bolls of malt to King James VI.
In an attempt to revive an important historical site, the current owner of the Abbey Lindors - Drew McKenzie Smith - started bottling exclusive 30-year-old malt whiskey, raw materials for which are carefully screened from each region for the production of whiskey in Scotland with the help of an expert company "Duncan Taylor" Mr. Shand. " We intend to secure the return of whiskey back to the place of his birth. The ultimate goal is to create a distillery using the same water and barley fields that still surround the abbey today. We will continue that good monk began more than 500 years ago, "- says Mr. McKenzie Smith.
Issue filling Lindores Abbey 30 Years Old has already attracted the attention of specialists and whiskey lovers worldwide. Whiskey produced in wooden boxes and bottles, which are hand-numbered. Inside the box is embedded auction certificate, which states that the purchaser of each of the numbered bottles really contributed to the maintenance and preservation of the abbey Lindors. Total issued no more than 500 bottles of this rare exclusive whiskey.