Produced by William Grant & Sons, this is a vatted malt whisky made by combining three single malts from separate distilleries.
The name is derived from the name for the old injury incurred by the malt men at the distillery who turned the malting barley by hand.
Tasting notes from the bottle:
Taste: Mellow vanilla with spicy hints.
Nose: Zesty orange, vanilla honey and spiced oak.
Bottled at 40% Vol