The Wicked Fairy. The Old Scots certainly knew – Murmichan derives its name from the Old Scots language. Murmichan can proudly call itself Scotland’s first absinthe.
Produced by The Lost Loch Distillery in Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, Murmichan uses a mixture of traditional and Scottish botanicals including: grande wormwood, roman wormwood, green aniseed, fennel seed and star anise, along with Deeside heather, clover and willow herb honey. The water used in Murmichan is very special. It is from the ancient Pannanich Well in the Cairngorms. These very wells are known for their healing properties, and were first mentioned by the Knights Templar in 1245.
There’s nothing bad about this Wicked Fairly.
Aniseed and fennel dominate the aroma. Herbal complexity emerges
Lemon thyme and mint shine through. Supported by floral and earthy notes