I am not a fan of Glen Moray and this doesn't change anything.
If I had a full bottle, experimenting with water and oxidation might change things but it seems like hard work.
Been busy drinking a Tullibardine first fill bourbon all weekend so let's finish on one.
Vanilla, honey Dew, citrus, carnation flower, green apples and white grapes.
With water and a generous amount there is plenty of the above but a lot more clearer.
More sweeter and more citrus.
Wow! This packs a serious punch, lots of burn, not pleasant at all.
Plus it is quite bitter and dry.
With water the punch isn't going away and I don't want to risk drowning it.
So it still isn't what I would call pleasurable.
It's not as bitter and not as dry.
Flavour wise it's been killed.
The calm after the storm is much better, it comes out from hiding and there is fruit, spice and herbs.
I had to add more water and the finish is just bitter citrus and unfortunately it's too long.