Barrogill is a blended malt whisky produced by Inver House Distillers and endorsed by His Royal Highness, the Prince of Wales, who apparently blended it himself.
The core components of Barrogill are Old Pulteney (Prince Charles is known to be an admirer of that single malt), Clynelish and Balblair. A percentage of profits made on the sales of Barrogill whisky goes to the Northern Highlands Initiative, which is designed to support remote communities in the far north of Scotland. Barrogill blended malt represents traditional Highland style, fruity with hints of smoke.
Nose: floral and fruity, spring meadow, bunch of fresh herbs, malted barley, apples, pears, honey, vanilla and distant whiff of smoke.
Palate: smooth, breakfast cereals, honey, butterscotch, vanilla, apples, peaches, grapes, sponge cake, hints of pepper and lemon grass and touch of peat.
Finish: medium long, with notes orchard fruit, honey, raisins, pepper, touch of hay and peat smoke.