It’s the Campbeltown Malts Festival 2020 bottling from Glen Scotia. The peated single malt was distilled in 2006, and was initially matured in first-fill barrels before being transferred to American oak hogshead casks seasoned with tawny Port. Eventually it was bottled at 14 years old at cask strength, weighing in at 52.8% ABV.
Notes of heather honey, a sea breeze and hedgerow berries. Silky honey on the palate, with raspberry, peaches and cream, apple crumble and vanilla custard. On the finish, peat smoke lingers, with forest fruits and baking spices.