This was opened and just enjoyed in company.
Having another dram now, really enjoying it, I realise I have not made notes or rated it.
This is so different than the usual sherried Glendronach, still or maybe because of that, I find it an excellent dram.
Rounded not excessive sweetness.
Some almond nuttyness, light chocolate.
I can't distinguish any spesific citric notes, but the berry mix has got a sour/zesty edge.
Nice wineous touch along with something herbal and organic.
Nothing sticking out, everything nicely ballanced, and very moderate alc on the nose.
Arrives with a good richness and warmth that quickly coates the mouth.
Again modest sweetness.
Chocolate covered marzipan with some blackcurrant filling.
Very enjoyable and well executed sherry alternative.
Just about perfect level of spice.
Close to long lasting with all so gentle dryness.
Really lip smacking chocolate and creamy fudge notes that makes me just want to reach out for another sip.