Caisteal Chamuis Heavily Peated

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Caisteal Chamuis, also known as Knock Castle or Castle Camus, was once a strategic stronghold that helped Clan Macleod secure their hold over the Sleat peninsula on Skye, with the first elements of the castle raised in the 13th century on the site of an iron age fort known as Dun Thorabhaig. The castle ruins seen today are testament to its rich and storied history. Over the centuries it has been the object of many fierce clan sieges, with occupation passing between Clan Macleod and Clan MacDonald a number of times.

A bold and smoky whisky blended from a careful selection of fine single malts distilled on the island of Scotland, double barrelled for added depth and a mellow oak spice finish.



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