The Prophecy: In the 1700s the Campbells of Jura evicted a wise old seer. Bristling with resentment, she prophesied that when the last Campbell left the island he would be one-eyed and all his belongings would be carried in a cart drawn by a white horse. Over time the prophecy drifted from memory. Until 1938, when one Charles Campbell, blind in one eye from the Great War, fell on hard times. It was a cold, unforgiving morning when he and his horse made their way to the old pier for the last time.
Colour: Fiery golden embers Nose: An exquisite burst of bonfire smoke slowly gives way to salt-and-spice sea spray. Taste: Powerful peat smoke and spicy sea spray open up the palate, followed by flavours of soft liquorice, cinnamon and nutmeg.
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Single malt Scotch whisky (derived from malted barley) demineralised water, colour: caramel E 150a.
Whyte and Mackay Ltd,South Lumley Street,FK3 8NF Grangemouth,GB
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