MarcHD says on April 2, 2020
A good expression of West Highland malt. Full bodied, but a bit lacking in palate.
Sweet. Fig jam. Honey. Malt. Fruit cake. Sherry. Touch of peat, barely there though, and slightly salty/brine notes.
Malt. Fig jam. Sherry. Tiny bit of peat (barely there) caramel.
A bit lacking in complexity and not very challenging. For the money, age and “classic malt” appeal I expect much more
Adding water is almost a must. Flavours become much more rounded and minor oils enter.
Medium. Pleasant, but not memorable. Fig jam and malt flavours are most prominent in the oily finish when water is added.