Gulliver's 47 is named for 18th century wine and spirits merchant Samuel Gulliver, an adventurous man who is claimed to be a source of inspiration for Jonathan Swift's Gulliver's Travels. This English single malt is distilled at the St George's Distillery in Norfolk, exclusively for Gulliver's, and matured in bourbon barrels before bottling at 47% abv.
The nose is sweet and herbal with lots of burning peat and ginger snaps. The palate is initially sweet before dry, rich peat emerges with a hint of vanilla. The finish is long and satisfying.