Sheep Dip has colors that are rich, golden copper highlights.The nose is delicate and refined. Soft sensual floral notes arise in perfect harmony supported by an attractive array of complex fruit flavours. The finish is long and drawn out with satisfying notes of vanilla, and cinnamon.
Sheep Dip gets its name from a solution, invented by George Wilson in 1830, which farmers could “dip” there sheep in before shearing them. This arsenic powdered concoction would in turn get rid of lice, ticks and other pesky invertebrates. Though we can’t, or wouldn't want to, stop there because no one would want to purchase a blend which received its name from an arsenic solution. As stated on the bottle, the specific title comes from a time when farmers would hide their home-distilled products from the infamous excise officers in barrels labeled sheep dip. A title thus telling us that this is stuff you want to hide and savor for yourself.