This single malt embraces a powerful proposition: the foundation for a variation on the famous Bunnahabhain Islay single malt Scotch whisky. What if a touch of smoke from the peated malted barley was introduced in the distillation process? The Islay character is quite distinctive from that of the Bunnahabhain single malt, known for its gentle taste. Toiteach (pronounced 'Toch Chach') means 'smoky' in Gaelic, reflecting the seeming contradiction that this peaty paradox represents.
This special bottling offers the connoisseur an opportunity to try something truly unique and beguiling in nature. The liquid has been masterfully distilled and quietly matured at the distillery, never for a moment leaving Islay during this process.