From Distiller.com: Members of the ancient Muirhead’s Clan were the royal guards to King James IV of Scotland during the early 1500s. In Gaelic, it stands for "head of the Moor" or "highest point of the Moor." This whisky has been distilled in Scotland and aged at least 16 years in oak.
- AROMA: Rich and full nose, with a strong character, there are notes of dried fruit, chocolate and herbs
- FLAVOUR: Sweet and exceptionally well rounded. Toffee and barley sugar with a hint of smoke and peat.
- FINISH: Medium to long finish.