The Cù Bòcan is a limited release peated malt created by Tomatin Distillery and is distilled only for one week every winter. The name means "Ghost Dog", which is said to roam the distillery grounds and nearby village. The whiskies in this collection are aged in some of the most unusual casks from all over the world.
Creation number four was aged in a combination of Tawny port and cognac casks as a nod to the Antrim cocktail. The result is an amazing dram with notes of plum jam, grilled peach, stewed forest fruit, cinnamon and sweet campfire smoke.