Tasting Notes: Wolfburn – Northland

Though this relative newcomer started its spirit production in the 2010s, its roots hark back to the 1820s when the name Wolfburn was first used by a distillery on a site nearby. The name itself comes from a small freshwater stream from which the original distillery would make its whisky. ‘Burn’ being the Scots name... Continue Reading →

Tasting Notes: Wolfburn – Morven

The most northerly distillery on mainland Scotland was a title once held by Old Pulteney for some time. That’s until the team at Wolfburn set up shop in Thurso, and took that title for themselves with their first production in 2013 and inaugural release in 2016. The Morven release is named after the highest peak... Continue Reading →

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