AROMA: Honey, oats and peat smoke, with hints of tropical fruits, lemon, clove and sandalwood; earthy aroma throughout
TASTE: Viscous honey texture and flavor, toasted grains, subtle peat smoke; white pepper, cloves and cinnamon dominate the mid-palate with some citrus and wood
FINISH: Medium length finish with spicy, yet citrusy and smoky character
INFO: Superstition comes from Isle of Jura, a Whyte & Mackay (Emperador) distillery named for the intriguing island on which it is situated – a rugged, sparsely populated place about 60 miles from Glasgow (overshadowed by its southwesterly neighbor, Islay) that George Orwell described as “the most un-get-at-able place” as he used it as a solitary retreat to write 1984, the distillery’s website boasts.
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