Golden Piper

Golden Piper, like the bagpipes, originates in the Highlands where the character of its whiskies are often a reflection of the wild and rugged landscapes. 

Bagpipes are as much Scotland, as Scotch Whisky and Robert Burns. British military forces were often spearheaded by Highland regiments, whose stirring image of the bagpiper, leading-out the troops, became an international icon. Bold and distinctive. Just like the whisky. 

Tasting Note:
  Spicy, exciting nose, hints of exotic fruit. Peppery rush develops beautifully on the back of the palate. Well balanced. Cream. Long and warm, full rounded finish.