It is a whisky of exceptional elegance.
Rich and creamy on the nose, it has notes of smoke, stewed
apple and fruity cereal.
In the mouth the gentle peat combines beautifully with sweetness, to give us a
perfectly balanced single malt.
Highland Queen is a name more often associated with blending, but in this case they have bottled a single malt from an unnamed Islay distillery (rumoured to be Bunnahabhain).
All bottles are individually numbered of 2400.