A small-batch edition of Cutty Sark, Prohibition celebrates the fact the brand was smuggled into America in the 1920s by Captain William McCoy. This is bottled at 50% and is presented in a black glass bottle with a cork seal, which was typical of bottles during the era.
Cutty Sark is named for the British tea clipper that was built on the Clyde in 1869. With Glenrothes as its main malt the overall impression is soft with delicate smoke. Pale gold; the nose offers aromas of honey and toffee; on the palate it is light with honey and citrus flavours followed by a medium-length finish.