Today I'm trying Glen Scotia. Not had many from this distillery but have enjoyed what I have had the chance to taste. This is from a session from a local festival which featured this bottle plus a Macallan 8 Year old for Campbell, Hope & King - early 1970's for Italy, a 1992 Linkwood and a 1994 Glen Moray. Let's see how it tastes.
Nose begins with figs and chocolate, then dark cherries, touch of camphor, faint aromas of inner tube, and finally some subtle smoke.
Palate starts with baking spice, then smoke, chocolate, and cigar ash.
Finishes with spices, oils, chocolate drizzle, and smoke.