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Just what you want from a Lowland single malt - fruity, floral and sweet. We can't tell you where this is from, nor how old it is - it's a secret. However, because we have to omit these details we can buy and sell this at very low prices, particularly so when the whisky inside the bottle is this good. Bloomin' marvelous, if we do say so ourselves!
Nose: Youthful, very fruity – appley even, like Calvados. Very pleasing with sweet, thick notes of porridge and barley.
Palate: Very floral; rose petals, apple blossom. It has a lift of ginger spice which perks up a soft core of fruit and barley. Very balanced.
Finish: Good length considering how soft the whisky is, fades out like silk with hints of pear and oak.
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Aroma: flowery, with heather honey tones. You can feel notes of smoked fish. For one of our friends this aroma is trademark of Auchentoshan malt. I guess the same, I think it is.Palate: oily, thick whisky, but light enough. Palate is very similar to aroma - woody and flowery, tones of zest and resin. Sweet malt, bread and drops of toffee. Aftertaste: short and light. Very drinkable :)Comments: neither too impressive, nor unpleasant. Can be a good alternative for light whisky lovers alongside with Speysiders. There are many better than this, but worse is also plenty. 78/100 in my records.
5th February 2013
If you want to test only one Lowlander, take this one. A beautiful delicate whisky with an interesting finish.
31st July 2012