Ceòbanach which means ‘smoky mist’ in Scots Gaelic, reflects the character of this complex whisky. As if the name wasn't hard enough to pronounce. The nose is intense and pungent, with hints of fragrant smoke and light tar, and creamy notes of sweet oak and seaweed. The initial taste is one of sweet maltiness, then a balance of a tangy smokiness and vanilla notes, blending mellow and smooth. There are also hints of white pepper, bitter orange, liquorice and sea salt. The finish lingers, with flavours of oatcake and sea salt once more - with a peppery sweet smoke undertone.