Nose: With just a little water herbal, honeyed notes emerge with dried apricots, raisins, rich strawberry sauce and hints of syrupy tropical fruits too. Cashew nuts and rosemary honey develop.
Palate: Honey drizzled all over fruit salad and sultanas with a bag of roasted chestnuts from a roadside stall chucked in for good measure.
Finish: Nutty oak with alternating notes of pecan, cashew nut and chestnut.
Overall: This Glen Moray hides the path before you in plain sight as it drags you in all sorts of enjoyable directions before returning to the rich main road each time.