As for the aromas and stuff: Just read the other comments. There is plenty of stuff I also experienced. I just wanted to add: This one is clearly better then the famous 1979 Rare Malts in my book. I had the opportunity to taste them side by side and it almost made the Rare Malts look like sth. ordinary!
Very exciting and hearty for a Lowlander, overall very dry and fruity, has something edgy-crisp in itself, quite like, about 92P on average here on WB but I find blatant.
Holy Moly, even for ~ 58% very dense, hearty and strong, nose increases immediately, with mahogany rubbed with alcohol on mahogany wall unit, later in getting used to dates, dark malt, chestnut, grasses and herbs are also there
Hearty, but not as bad as expected, very fresh, crunchy cherry and plums, brown sugar, dark honey, quite monotonous but super harmonious and delicious, dark, sweet malt, raisins, chestnut, later also apricot and lighter fruits, rosemary and thyme
Will continue to brighten with dried fruit, the malt remains too, dry oak, herbs, long
So much of the same profile from the nose until the finish. Great dram. Classy Lowlander! To me, adding just a couple of droplets was enough. Opened up nicely. Adding a bit more made it even smoother, but less complex. Great dram!
Lovely nose. Fresh and fruity again. Honey. Grassy. Herbs. Nutty. Caramel. Raspberries. Medicinal. Wood. Earthly. Honey melon.
Lovely and oily mouthfeel. Earthly. Oranges. Still very frsh and fruity! Malty. Grassy. Pepper. Nutty
Stunner finish to. Long and balanced. Earthly and grassy still. Medicinal. Oranges. Red berries. Spicy. Red berries.