Captain Hugh Munro, whose family had long held the seat at Teaninich castle, founded one of the first legal distilleries in Ross-shire on his estate in 1817. That original building – along with part of the Munro’s castle! – has disappeared. But the whisky legacy of the great family has remained.
Teaninich 17 Year Single Malt Scotch Whisky is a part of Diageo’s special release, it was matured in refill American oak hogsheads and sherry butts, both filled in 1999.
NOSE: Barley, vanilla, and citrus zest.
PALATE: Orchard fruit, floral, apple, lemon.
FINISH: Oak, peach, spice.