Nose: Floral honey, home-made vanilla ice cream, toffee pennies and dried sultanas. Old oak sits at the centre.
Palate: Up front we're treated to fried bananas drizzled with honey, juicy peaches and oodles of vanilla. Rich nutty notes follow on, as does spiced oak and Victoria Sponge Cake.
Finish: Long and full of all the great stuff that came before, the vanilla and oak standing out amongst it all.
Overall: Staggeringly good grain whisky from Girvan.