Good aperitif whisky. Lulls you into a false sense of security then hits you on the finish.
The Single Malts of Scotland
Aged 15 Years
Nose: Very fresh,slightly salty with turmeric, citrus zest and a touch of candlewax. In time it dries a little:wet\rslate/graphite. With water tangerine.
Palate: Clean and light to start,almost misses the front of the tongue then a burst of spices. Good silky feel.
Finish: Peppery and spicy.
Comment: Good aperitif whisky. Lulls you into a false sense of security then hits you on the finish.
Nose: Creamy. An appetising mix of cereals and cream. With dried fruits. Like Jordan's cereals. Sweet,nourishing\rand refreshing. Dry peach,cocoa powder,a hint of date.
Palate: Round and firm. The creaminess as on the nose.Fudge sauce. Oakiness shines through with a spicy dryness.
Finish: Quiet long,dry,spicy. Zest of astringency.
Comment: A generous heart with length and depth. Blossoms up with water. To savour with shortbreads.
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