Lovely, sweet, spicy things came to the nose - sticky marmalade, cinnamon toast, plum jam, burnt edge of rice pudding and liquorice allsorts in a waxy bag. The palate was feisty but fun - crunchie bars dipped in salt, burnt grass, molasses and the kind of toffee that comes with a hammer. The reduced nose was intriguing; we found polished wood and a brass coal scuttle. One panellist was reminded of a fairground (candy-floss and generator smoke). The reduced palate was tangy, leathery, with lip-burning heat - `a fire-breather's dram` said one of the ladies. Made near the 'glen of the wild geese'.