Talisker Port Ruighe bears the old Gaelic name of the trading port Portree on the Scottish Isle of Skye.
Scottish merchants landed here in the 19th century and brought the then unknown sweet port wine from Portugal from their voyage.
The whisky makers of the island soon noticed how old Portree casks enriched the aroma of their products and thus began to refine the flavor of their single malts.
Talisker has not forgotten this tradition to this day and now introduces Port Ruighe, a whisky that is refined at the end of its maturation process by storing it in port casks.
Color: Dark amber gold.
Nose: Balanced, sweet, sweet smoke, fruit, ripe plums.
Taste: Soft, smoky, spicy pepper, peat smoke, notes of spices, dark fruit.
Finish: Long lasting, cocoa, smoke.