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A 13-year-old Glenlossie from Duncan Taylor. Matured in sherry casks, this is a lively, fairly young whisky.
Nose: This one is all about fresh barley, malt, ripe apples and green vegetables. Mashed potatoes, faint hints of white truffles, vanilla-flavoured yoghurt, bread crumb. Also some ginger tonic. Playful and lively, with a pretty oakiness starting to shine through after a while.
Palate: The green, fruity tastes continue along with quite big tannins, as well as the spices and white pepper.
Finish: A long finish over which baked fruit slowly takes precedence over the fresher notes on the palate.
Overall: An entertaining whisky with an interesting development for what is a relatively young dram.
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Brilliant! Writing this as I am revering its refined silkiness. Malt grain, fruit complex of apples, pears, and loads of honey and vanilla. Nose properties on par with those on the palate. Beautiful, beautiful stuff...
16th February 2016