Stein Inn

Lowland

Auchentoshan

10yr old   40% abv

Auchentoshan, meaning ‘Corner of the field’ in Gaelic, produces a delicate, smooth and light single Malt Whisky. The subtle aroma and flavour of its Spirit is achieved by the unique Triple Distillation process, whereby the spirit is not distilled twice, as elsewhere in Scotland, but instead, distilled three times producing even greater refinement to its character. (Pronounced “Och’n’tosh’n”.) This is the classic Lowland malt, triple-distilled, light, but with plenty of complexity and character to in its own right. The distillery is just outside of Glasgow, hidden in a hollow between the river Clyde and the Kilpatrick hills. Citrus, lemony, fresh taste, clean, refreshing. (Aperitif)

Bladnoch

10yr old   43% abv

Medium with some fruity sweetness. Some slight malty, citrus and spice overtones. (Daytime)

Glenkinchie

10yr old   43% abv

Glenkinchie is located near the village of Pencaitland, about 15 miles from Edinburgh, in rich farmland. Used in Jonnie Walker Red and Black and Dimple blends. Some lemon, herbal and malty hints, with a touch of peat. The finish, of average length confirms this impressions. A pleasant, but simple whisky. (Afternoon)

Glenkinchie Double Matured

14yr old   43% abv

The taste remains typical of a Lowland, light and pleasant, and the sherry, even if it is still present in the palate, does not denature the characteristic freshness of malts from that area. A pleasant finish, just all ingredients to make a very good whisky. Good first malt! (Early evening)

Inverleven

10yr old   40% abv

Distillery now closed. Clean, barley, slight grassiness, refreshing. (Daytime)

Littlemill

8yr old   43% abv

Light, with a hints of coconut cereal and spicy notes, faint notes of honey-like sweetness near the end. (Daytime)