From 'old-old’ stock, meaning it’s juice from the Arthur Bell administration.
N: A soft nose, one that’s almost hiding.
T: Soft again, delivering soft & silky aromatic barley juice. The wood is fully respectful to the spirit. You can imagine someone whacking a batch of young whisky into neutral casks/vat whilst the distillery organised & re-organised itself in the 1980’s. Further reading: SW.
F: Light butyric.
C: Of course the [£1000] price-tag is absurd with regards to the juice inside the bottle, but it is rare Bladnoch. Yet another sign of the times.
Scores a C+