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The name for this expression comes from a mysterious peat bog on the western side of Arran. Not only will you find peat at Machrie Moor, but stone circles too - one of which was apparently used by a giant to tether its dog to. Hence the dog on the label.
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Nose: Peppery malt with a hint of baked earth sneaking in there. Balanced by orchard fruit and eucalyptus.
Palate: A burst of lychee juice as it opens, before waves of dry smoke and cut grass appear.
Finish: Lingering orange zest and lemongrass.
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