Crafted with peat sourced from North-East Scotland and aged in first-fill bourbon barrels, the Glen Scotia 10-Year-Old Peated exudes a subtly smoky and maritime character. This impeccably balanced single malt offers a nose rich with smoldering peat, briny influences, and hints of baked apple and cloves. On the palate, flavors unfold with notes of lemon, vanilla syrup, and freshly cut barley, creating a harmonious composition. The long and drying finish is characterized by gentle, sweet peat nuances and a touch of black pepper. Situated on the west coast of Scotland, the small town of Campbeltown, once bustling with over thirty distilleries during the Victorian Era, now stands as the proud home to only three surviving distilleries.