Malts of wide varying character, but typical of mainland Scottish style whiskies

Release NO. 31

Compiled from the centre of our aging cellar to build a lively, bright charactered dram. Some Two Brewers savvy presented with youthful enthusiasm.

Tasting Notes

Earthy underpinnings support a bright nose, nutty cereal and dark berries. Creamy clover honey tracks from

entry, centred as tones of green tea and cedar encompass the palate. Dry grains and oak emerge for the finish, touched by the enduring honey.

Release NO. 29

Now 12 years from when malt was mashed, with assorted barrels in its maturating path, this burnished dram is drawn from its final cask direct to your glass.

Tasting Notes

Complexity developed from cask & malt is apparent on the nose; vibrant, ginger, earthy hay and dill. A sweet heart quickly follows the crisp cask strength entry, dark toffee, mango and papaya, broadening to oaky cinnamon edges. Sugar and spice dust the intricate drying linger.

Release NO. 26

With each mash matured in several varied casks, this refined expression tastefully reveals the finer touches of Two Brewers’ craft.

Tasting Notes

Bright meadow tones are braced with fresh cedar, oak and hints of treacle. An elegant malt profile swells from entry, pinches of oak and spices dusting the edges are whisked in, shrouding the palate in a gently satisfying linger of sweet malted milk.

Release NO. 24

The Brewers’ first Single Cask release, an 11yo from the first year of distilling. Varied barreling, complex character, pure and (not so) simple.

 Release NO. 21

A sturdy dram braced with the fresh oak of new barrel aging brings a complex series of sensations. Nimble and bold to challenge your restraint.

Tasting Notes
The introduction is brash, tingling with mineral and spearmint effervescence over notes of wet hay and malt. A creamy soft entry delays the edgy touches of tannic oak, dry and sturdy. Hints of mandarin and mango are present before a toffee tinted flourish lingers to a drying finish.

 Release NO. 16

This dram provides a battle of the senses, prickling aromas, honeyed sweet malt, accentuated oak and spice, all a palate teasing clash.

Tasting Notes
Bristling wafts shield the spirit’s malty depths. The defence is a facade, the juicy dram, mellow with spiced honey, flows smoothly onto the palate. The fringes grow a reviving warmth, oak and white pepper, that ends just as quickly, quietly reminiscing the previous moments’ sensations.

Release NO. 13 

Careful aging provides complex flavour development in a light bodied malt. Easy drinking with plenty of engaging accents along the way. Delightful!

Tasting Notes
The vibrant nose is a dusting of nutmeg over nuts and dried apricot. The light bodied entry moves easily to an indulgent mid-palate of silky nugat. Sugaried dried fruit and cracked black pepper. Sweetened granola grains join at the finish all lingering for an extended contemplation.


 Release NO. 10 – CASK STRENGTH

The Brewers first Cask Strength release displays bright and elegant character that belies its strength.  

Tasting Notes
A sample drawn direct from the cask displays rich colour and an edgy vibrant nose. It quickly warms the palate chased with notes of tropical fruit in salted caramel cream. The spirit barely rests on the tongue, bright and flighty, the finish tingling in the upper reaches of the palate. 

Release NO. 6 

The flavours develop quietly, gently building on the depth of sweet charm this blend carries. Brewers’ wort bears fruit in this malt.

Tasting Notes
Round earthy tones, wet cedar and leather hide under the initial bristly nose. The restrained entry is soft and coating, sweet like wort from the mash trickling over the palate. Its robust nature finally blossoms off the tongue with notes of sweet figs and fresh oak trailing into the lingering finish.

Release  NO. 1 

A vibrant, complex nose of oak with malt depth frames the rich, layered fruit and honey body of this Premium Charter release.

Tasting Notes
A complex, bright nose with fresh melons, honey and cream overlay deeper malt tones mingled with ample astringent oak character.  A bright, clean entry unfolds into fireweed honey, cinnamon and stone fruit, and a gentle flourish of spice and cedar lingers nicely.