Nose – An elegant nose with hints of oak driving the bouquet. Interesting creme brulee notes leading to generous caramelised fruits and finally polished oak.
Palate – Sweet and concentrated start with some jammy blackcurrant fruitines. Typical tightening towards the back palate.
Finish – Clean and initially sweet.
Nose – Unique “Highland House” character of honey, heather and a touch of spice.
Palate – Spices and light peat in the older vintages add a distinct taste difference from other Highland single malts.
Finish – Elegant finish.
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