In 1995, Glen Elgin seems to have been a good year, and I think the keg was one of the worst.
First an alcoholic cloud, lilac blossom, hairdressing salon. Fruit juice gummy bears. With water: The artificial shampoo flavors have disappeared, the resin / turpentine base there. Compared to the signatory I find it a bit flatter. Old oak, slightly dusty.
Sweet and malty, alcohol still goes well, then more markedly in the direction of turpentine-elgin. Acacia honey. With water: A mediocre swimmer, the alcohol is gone, the flavors unfortunately. He stays sweet, a bit floral, and easy going.
Medium. Lilac blossom, milk chocolate, acacia honey. Slightly dry.