A comparison to the 26-year-old 1992 Longmorn is allowed, but here the fruit is even more balanced and the alcohol even better integrated.
Would never come in the blind tasting on a Glenturret. At first, I thought Signatory accidentally swapped the labels.
Fruit, fruit, fruit.
Sweet tropical fruits of peach, apricots, oranges, kiwis, but also green fruits announce their claim. No alcohol in the nose. Light vanilla note. I know a lot of fruit brandies with less flavors.
The sweet fresh fruits come through here, too. Mirabelle, peach, apricot, pear, tangerine, sugared grapefruit, kiwi, apple notes. A very light wood note comes through, but does not bother and reminds of the barrel taste of French or Italian red wines and combines with a lavender honey note. Maybe some banana with honey, as you love with the Chinese. Walnut and speculoos fight against the fruits.
Now you have to first process all the impressions of the violent fruit. Have tried four times the Glenturret. Each time different fruit notes come out. Most are yellow fruits such as citrus, mirabelle, apricots, but also Williams Christ, Braeburn. A little honey and vanilla. Then spice notes come through. Maybe ginger, mild pepper and fresh red pepper. Afterwards gingerbread with almonds.