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A 1994 Glen Moray bottled by Duncan Taylor. A fairly 'naked' single malt, by which we mean light with very little cask influence. This allows one to get closer to the actual distillate.
Nose: Quite raw and very close to the grains, with a lot of porridge, oatcakes and various breads as well as a little mead. It’s not often that we’re as close as that to the raw materials when tasting a 17-year-old malt whisky.
Palate: Plain barley sugar and lemon squash, with something eau-de-vie-ish. Touches of vanilla.
Finish: medium long, becoming grassier. Herbal tea, pepper.
Overall: A malt full of clean, clear flavours.
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