Balblair Single Malt Whisky 2003 Vintage.
Location; Highlands. Northern District.
Balblair Vintage 2003 replaces Vintage 2002.
The American oak, ex-bourbon barrels used in maturation impart toffee, butterscotch and vanilla notes.
Balblair Single Malt Whisky 2003 Vintage Tasting Notes;
Colour; golden amber.
Nose: Signature Balblair aromas: floral and fragrant punctuated with citrus fruits, apricots and honey.
Palate; Full bodied, with notes of oranges, lemon, honey and spice.
Finish; The long lasting finish is sweet yet spicy; a superbly well-balanced dram.
Balblair Whisky Distillery History.
Founded in 1790 by John Ross.
Balblair is the second oldest working distillery in Scotland. It is situated on the Dornoch firth, one of the most stunning scenic areas of Scotland. The area is known as the ‘parish of the peats’ whilst the name Balblair means battlefield or town of the plain.