It was single cask and single malt whisky from Speyside that started my love and appreciation of Scotch Whisky. So, when we were approached by Glen Moray distillery for a potential collaboration I was really excited. The Glen Moray 15-year-old that now goes into our Speyside Whisky Tea has a very pleasant muscatel flavour on the nose, in addition to the classic sweet and fruity Speyside flavour.
Glen Moray distillery is in Elgin, the capital of Speyside. The Speyside region is located in the north of Scotland, east of Inverness and it is home to the largest number of whisky distilleries out of all of the whisky regions of Scotland. The river Spey is second longest river and the fastest flowing river in Scotland. It is the abundant supply of pure water that helps give Speyside whiskies their smooth and complex flavours, with delicious hints of sweet fruit and vanilla.
In this short video, I go through everything that makes our Speyside Whisky Tea and talk about our partnership with Glen Moray Distillery.
If you would like to read more about the making of our Whisky Tea Collection you can read the full story here.