Very nice nose where the distillate does most of the work.
A nice dose of yellow fruits. Apricots, very juicy peach. Slight blood orange. Quince.
The flower is more set back than in other Glen Keith of the same period. It is still noticeable, especially on the sweet side of the flower.
There is also a slight dash of cotton candy.
To finish: White pepper and very light nutmeg.
On the palate it is soft, slightly oily and well integrated.
We remain on the diversity of the fruit, the flower and the cereal.
Orange, peach, lemon. Corn flakes, White flower.
Light dust, old warehouse. Very light engine oil.
Long finish on yellow fruit, cereals, white flower. It is more fragrant and more typical.
The diversity of barley remains in the final.