To reach Carbost you have to travel a long and narrow road on the island, whipped by rain and wind. To get to the distillery it seems that you must deceive the vigilance of the black Cuillins, the mountains volcanic erected in the middle of the island as wild guardians. This bulwark is sufficient to preserve the inaccessible character typical of the Northern Isles of Scotland. So is his proud and austere, but hot whiskey and indulgent for those who are not discouraged by appearances.
On the nose salt and ripe fruit, a slight note of smoke that evolves quickly. The known sweets prevail together with a note of the sea and light smoke. On the palate it is soft, sweet and fruity at the beginning. The tannins already emerge in the center of the tongue, then the raisins too, touches of smoke and coconut and cocoa. The sensation is full and round. In the finish long notes of smoke and candied fruit.