Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Having been a cotton mill for 180 years, Deanston was transformed into a distillery in the 1960’s and has been distilling whisky using traditional methods ever since.
Nose: Expressive with hay and malty cereal notes. Creamy toffee and heather honey balanced with aromas of sweet oak and barley sugar
Taste: Fresh and creamy with soft vanilla. Sweet and fruity with a malty honeyed spiciness
Finish: Satisfying, clean and dry with a hint of cloves, tingling then gently fades