As our fable goes, deep in the waters of the River Dullen lived an ethereal siren. A golden maiden, with the shimmering tail of a fish, known to sing a song of honeyed sweetness that drew listeners in to seek its beautiful source. This Siren’s song gave The Singleton its smooth and melodious nature – a scotch born of slow craft, rich with the bounty of autumn fruit, caramel and spice.
This is a malt that shimmers with sweet aromas of dried fig, apricot and orange peel over rich marzipan and vanilla cake. With soft and luscious textures, it flows sweetly, and ends with an elegant and waning finish, faintly savoury, hinting of nutmeg and ginger. From start to finish, blooming layers of flavor echo sweetly, lingering like a siren’s call.