This 10 year old Highland blended malt employs a rare maturation process - using wood from two centuries-old Scottish oak trees wind-felled on a Highland estate.
Scottish oak rarely yields the knot free staves needed for barrel-making, and these fallen oaks provided suitable timber for only a single cask.
Initially matured in first-fill Bourbon barrels and refill American white oak casks, a portion was then finished in a native Scottish oak cask to bring out the prominent orchard fruit notes.
Named 'King of Trees' in homage to the mighty oak. Bottled by Whisky Works and limited to 2,157 bottles.