Nice color, very rich straw. However, this does not say much about the age of the cask used for this maturation, we can only speculate there. The nose is gigantic. Very sweet fruit, ripe peaches, kiwi fruit and strawberries at the best ripening time. A slightly oily undertone, similar to turpentine, a little freshly cut fennel. No bitter flavors, nothing. A simple pleasure in the mouth, I have the feeling that I am encountering a really big whisky. The sweetness, intense, but not overwhelming. The same fruits from the nose are clearly here again. The oily tone is definitely coming from the dram’s age -- it doesn't have its own taste but somehow holds the flavors together. Further back on the tongue, the floral notes typical of Glen Keith come into effect. All this mixed with a very light oak note with no trace of tannins. On the finish, call me crazy, there is something like pear brandy. This pear aroma replaces the other fruits in the finish and forms a very nice finish together with the floral notes.