So really an aha-effect when pouring. Wow. Somewhat bright "sweet" chocolate and strong also very sweet grape notes come through. Minimal toffee and ... unfortunately, only "light" fruit notes. But a great nose!
This 15er had seen European oak for a long time and that quite without a doubt, because the mouth immediately fills with a woody spice that is very dominant, but not bitter at least. Also comes so ne PX licorice with a bright leather saddle through. It's perfectly alright. After the spice comes a tour of the Christmas market. Also, and even slightly nutty, he goes over to the finish.
That saved him the 84 points. ;)
The farewell is medium to normal and is really ok for this price. Thus, the PLV is really good too. Because here you get a standard whisky on a higher level. Well, I have that in any case in good memory. Respect for Glenallachie. The 15er is the compensation for the partly oblique price policy.
A big thank you to André for the big sample.