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In order to share this bottling with as many members as possible, purchases are limited to 1 bottle per member. Any additional or duplicate orders which exceed this limit will be cancelled and refunded.

We felt like enjoying the beautiful scenery and admiring the most southerly Munro (mountain over 914 m height) in Scotland from a Clyde-built paddle steamer. The billowing smoke from the two funnels mixed with fresh air and the oiliness/grease of fish teas being prepared - it felt like taking a step back in time. On the palate we were inhaling smoke from a nearby heather fire on the shore as well as eating a packet of salt and vinegar crisps. With water we opened a well-used leather rucksack on deck and got out smoky salted maple nuts which we’d earlier roasted in peat smoked Hebridean sea salt.

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£65.00
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Description

In order to share this bottling with as many members as possible, purchases are limited to 1 bottle per member. Any additional or duplicate orders which exceed this limit will be cancelled and refunded.

We felt like enjoying the beautiful scenery and admiring the most southerly Munro (mountain over 914 m height) in Scotland from a Clyde-built paddle steamer. The billowing smoke from the two funnels mixed with fresh air and the oiliness/grease of fish teas being prepared - it felt like taking a step back in time. On the palate we were inhaling smoke from a nearby heather fire on the shore as well as eating a packet of salt and vinegar crisps. With water we opened a well-used leather rucksack on deck and got out smoky salted maple nuts which we’d earlier roasted in peat smoked Hebridean sea salt.

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