All in all, a standard Old Pulteney, which reflects the character of the distillery in large parts.
The nose could convince much more without the alcoholic stinging.
Definitely not a bad whisky for this age and for the price. And for under 50 € to get a ten-year whisky, so definitely a prize-winner.
A light alcoholic stinging.
Then cereal notes and a lot of blossom honey. In the background, the lemon is increasingly coming to the fore. Added to this is vanilla sugar.
The alcoholic stinging unfortunately decreases only very slowly.
Minimal hints of milk chocolate.
Not quite as sweet as in the nose. A sparkling lemon paired with cereals. The honey stays in the background. Some apple is added.
The chocolaty echoes are also very easy to feel
Dry and rather short to medium.
The sweetness fades, but binds the liveliness, so that no bitterness arises. The lemon and the not sweet honey stick on the tongue.