N: The invitingly floral Irish-esque tropical fruity > light waxy malty nose confirms the previous Miltonduff to be rather elementary. Nicely distillate-led [despite being just a year older than the Miltonduff], this would have been a stronger dram to start the session with.
T: Same fruity malty [almost honeyed at times] action as on the nose with more putty/clay than wax on the palate and quite some malty aniseed/minty citrus on the turn.
F: A milky malty slightly toffeed mouthfeel chew with more fruity clay/wax/putty touches by the tail.
C: Arguably a better exemplar of distillery [distillate-led] character than some in the official Elgin Classic/Heritage range[s], this very natural presentation displays balance, marriage, form and consistency. Recommended.