Tullibardine 1992/2006 (46%, OB Vintage Edition) Colour: white wine. Nose: this one starts very smoky and porridgy, reminding me of the Littlemills we had the other day. It gets then much grassier, very fresh, with a lot of cut grass as well as hints of redcurrants and not too ripe gooseberries. Maybe hints of asparagus and leek as well as a little paraffin. Finally lager beer (Pilsner Urquell) and baker’s yeast. The smoke grows bigger. Mouth: much more fruitiness here, with quite some apples, pears and pineapples, then notes of bubblegum and this curious grassiness that reminds us of some white rums. Good but maybe just a tad more ‘vulgar’ than on the nose. Finish: long, grassy and peppery. Comments: very good malt whisky, that’s all I can say. I think Tullibardine’s bottlings are improving at the speed of light.SGP:261 - 81 points.