Kiln Embers Profile

Blended Malt Scotch Whisky

Kiln Embers is, as its name suggests, a smoky blended malt containing twice the amount of Islay malt whisky than its popular peaty portfolio sister, Peat Chimney.

In keeping with the rest of bottler Wemyss Malts’ blended malt range, Kiln Embers is bottled at 46% abv without chill filtration or an age statement. Its bottler describes the whisky as sweet, smoky and toasty.

  • Production type
    Blended malt

Kiln Embers History

Independent bottler Wemyss Malts introduced Kiln Embers as a limited addition to its range of blended malts in 2015, on the occasion of its 10th anniversary.

The launch of the expression followed the introduction of Velvet Fig the previous year.

Timeline

  • 2005 The Wemyss family establishes Wemyss Malts Ltd as an independent bottling business
  • 2014 The company releases Velvet Fig as a permanent addition to its range
  • 2015 Kiln Embers is also added to its line-up

Owner

Current owner

See also

  • Lord Elcho Lord Elcho Lord Elcho Brand

    Lord Elcho

    A blended Scotch with a high malt content named after a Wemyss family ancestor.

  • Peat Chimney Peat Chimney Peat Chimney Brand

    Peat Chimney

    A blended malt for peat reek fans, but it’s not an all-Islay affair.

  • Spice King Spice King Spice King Brand

    Spice King

    Perennial blended malt that continues to hit the high spots with malt acolytes

  • The Hive The Hive The Hive Brand

    The Hive

    Waxy, honeyed blended malt forming part of Wemyss Malts’ core range.

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