About the Whisky
Launched for the first time in 2005, The Spice Tree returned to the forefront of the scene in September 2009 after more than 3 years of absence. Though the malts used mainly come from the north Highlands and are aged for around 10 years.
The result of ageing in first- and second-fill American oak casks, The Spice Tree is aged a second time in barrels mounted with heavily-toasted heads made from hundred-year-old Vosges French oak. Style: Spicy, rich. Nose: Rich. Grains and ripe fruit.