Nose: Thick, buttery pancakes, dressed up to the nines with raspberries, apple slices and crushed almonds. A smidgeon of smoke comes through after a minute or two.
Palate: The sweet pea notes from Batch 1 are back, however this time they're joined by home-made clotted cream, crunchy cereal and an awesome core of oak.
Finish: Final flourishes of barley sugar sweets and golden syrup (probably from those pancakes...)
Overall: The Edinburgh Whisky Blog chaps have a got a swagger on, and considering how good this Glen Keith is, they have rightfully earned it.