Taken in isolation, this bottling is certainly not bad. But compared to serious single malts, it doesn't stand a chance.
That's it, the Speyburn pear of the modern age! A white wine note, Chardonay, green grapes, pomace, grassy.
Vanilla, white sugar, malt, glazed beers, marshmallow, white oak, a little cinnamon with a hint of desiccated coconut.
Quite a lot for such a cheap broth ;-)
very sweet, Hubabuba gum, pear, pepper, plastic, wine, semolina, 46% ?? don't notice, buttery soft.
Still weird leg notes, from metallic to somehow not yet round or wood problems. It looks designed and smoothed
Finish: rather short