The founder filled vats with clear, peat-free water for the first time almost 130 years ago, thus laying a valuable foundation stone for a great whisky.
Cruah-Mhòna' (pronounced Cru-ach Vhona) is Gaelic and means 'peat reservoir'.
- Gold medal in 2017 at The Spirits Business Gold
- Silver medal in 2017 at the International Spirits Challenge
Colour: Pale gold.
Nose: fresh, sweet peat, tart, dry smoke, burnt grass.
Taste: Malty sweet, smoky white pepper, seaweed, salt.
Finish: Long lasting, dry smoky, spicy.