A decent pick me up dram after work.
The Single Malts of Scotland
1992, 16 Years Old
Year of Bottling
Nose: Aromatic in a sandalwood, fresh oak\rway. Promises of ginger biscuits. There are a fresh bread notes too and floral tones.
Palate: Very silky and well balanced between malt and oak. There is a sweet edge to this as well.
Finish: Grippy oak and spices.
Comment: A decent pick me up dram after work.
Nose: Perfumy. A earthy touch. Opening on biscuity notes and mint toffee. Hint of incense. Sweet malty notes.
Palate: Smooth. Refreshing. Perfectly balanced. Gage plums stewed in a vanilla syrup. Drying on tingling spices.\rOily with water.
Finish: Dry, spicy with a touch of green oak.
Comment: A pleasant and refreshing dram, showing balance and a good malty core.
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