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The Gauldrons is a Campbeltown "vatted" malt and the sixth addition to the series Remarkable Regional Malts by Douglas Laing. The Gouldrons is inspired by the dark and sandy bays on the west coast of Campbeltown.
Literally translated means The Gauldrons; 'bay of the storms'. King Robert the Bruce was defeated by his enemies in this infamous dark stormy bay because, according to legend, he was inspired by a spider who was able to build his complex web in peace, by trying again and again. This old legend comes back on the packaging of The Gauldrons through the image of the spider and the web.
The Gauldron whiskey is bottled at 46.2%, non chill filtered and without the addition of dyes.
Odor: Dry salt notes with sweet grains and a hint of peat smoke.
Taste: Dry with maritime influences followed by sugar, barley and oak.
Finish: Warm and seasoned, smoky, sweet.