Wemyss Malts - Velvet Fig
Wemyss Malts - Velvet Fig

Wemyss Malts

Velvet Fig

£47.94
75cl / 46%

Velvet Fig is a small batch, hand crafted malt whisky, blended on the outskirts of Edinburgh by Wemyss Malts.

This blend is noted for its smoothness, deep, rich fruit flavours and complex wood character.

Christmassy flavours of dried fruit with a sprinkling of cinnamon and ginger. 

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RegionScotland

Distillery StatusOperational

Size75cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength46%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


Wemyss Malts was founded in 2005 by brother and sister duo Wiliam and Isabella Wemyss.  William was inspired to create bold Scottish whiskies with a distinctive taste after spending tie with expert wine makers in the South of France, and Isabella with an eye and nose for quality started to source single malts from around Scotland and the best oak casks they could find from around the world. 

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