What's in a name? Glenlossie 10 Year Old - Flora and Fauna whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Glenlossie 10 Year Old - Flora and Fauna whiskey, rather than whisky.
The nose is full of cereal and grist. Notes of peels and malt with wood shavings and hay. The palate is of good body with a decent sweetness and plenty of fruit with barley sugar and peppy oak. The finish is long with gristy tannins.