This Lowland whisky took its name from St. Magdalene’s Cross in Linlithgow. The distillery closed in 1983, so each bottling is now very rare single malt.
Notes: There are notes of green fruits and apple peels, a little dark sugar and some notes of creamy chocolate with a little eucalyptus oil. Hints of granary toast emerge with melted butter. The palate is again quite full with notes of malt extract, juicy barely and cereal sweetness. There are notes of orange marmalade and heather roots with a developing dry oaken note. The finish is quite long and dry with a touch of bitterness on the tail.