As described by Cairn O' Mohr:
Comfortably Dry, 13.3% (75cl)
Appearance - Primrose yellow
Nose - Granny Smith, slightly musty
Palate - Clementine fragrant angels
Character - Looking through the branches of an oak tree over the dry reed beds and the glittering Tay to the hills of Fife and beyond
Yes it's made from oak leaves, freshly picked from the Perthshire woods and made into a strong tea. Oranges, lemon and sugar are added then the fruity brew is fermented for three weeks. You can serve this one round the table- especially good with lamb. Absolutely delicious.
All of Cairn O' Mohr's products are suitable for vegans and vegetarians.