A fantastic whisky, has been maturing since 1997 and enjoyed a finishing period in Pedro Ximénez cask before being bottled in 2013.
This strong and wild whisky irrespective of its age reflects the rough character of Orkney islands.
Kilchoman Distillery is continuing the tradition of naming whiskies after landmarks near the distillery, Coull Point is rugged headland just half a mile north of Machir Bay.
The revival of a forgotten taste, this whisky is inspired from the time when coal shortages meant local peat was used to dry the malted barley. Caoran is the Gaelic for 'peat ember' and is pronounced 'Ku-ran'.
The slowest distillation process in Scotland. Six years spent preparing the perfect oak casks before they receive their first drop of spirit.
With the move to unchill-filtered malt and a higher strength of 46.3%, this remarkable 18 year old has more than earned some new packaging.