Anyone expecting a dark sherry bomb will be disappointed. A recommendation for everyone who can live with a well-matured Glenfarclas with only a subtle sherry influence.
Immediately a fresh fruitiness and sweet blossom honey. Behind it citrus aromas, vanilla, malt and light oak. The fruits alternate between light (pear) and dark (plum).
Oily and mild with lots of fruit. Pears and apples will soon be replaced by oak seasoning. Behind the plums again, later the honey comes back. In addition, a certain nuttiness.
Spicy and fruity, pear peel and some chocolate. Later plums and nuts. The spiciness and honey stay on the tongue the longest.