From a single cask Hogshead. I cant profess to know the distillery character as this is only my fourth Glen Albyn ever, but i found the previous three most favourable: WB,  WB and particularly the Rare Malts 1975  WB.
N: Despite being abv-huge, its an easy yet complex reader. I wont start 'reeling-off' as usual [sigh of relief], so here instead are some highlight notes. Lets start with the bitter-sweet herbal molasses, the liquorice wood, citrus biscuits, Terrycloth, sweet-chilli relish, waxy porridge… I like this slightly oddball, natural style - ooh i cant resist it, im going in!
T: Sweet-bitter, a touch farmy and totally forgiving with a few drops of water in the mouth. Rather innocuous in the middle stages and ‘as-a-bone’ dry into the finish.
F: Bone-dry waxiness, fruity newspaper mache,… and with that its largely gone with hints of honeyed grassy porridgy<barley to finish.
C: Though ive only had now four Glen Albyn, a theme thats developing is: a quirky natural-style - one im rather enjoying.Scores a B[-]