Whisky 4 Movember 2
The Dali: Tricky to perfect, requiring artificial styling aids, the Dali has long, narrow points which curve upwards at the edge of the mouth. It is styled on its originator, Salvador Dali, who, it is said, used his remarkable facial protrusions to help paint his surrealist masterpieces.
The nose offers strong honeyed aromas, beautiful traces of grassy heather and wonderfully thick malt with shades of coastal air. The palate is like a mouthful of warm, heather honey. Buttery toffee and juicy barley coerce one another into a warming finale of spicy butterscotch, with honey and butter melting into a slice of granary toast.