Another of her butlings and another successful position.
Glen Moray is a delicate and pleasant whisky. Alcohol completely hidden, despite almost 58%. There is a lot of malt, honey, chocolate coating, and the taste of green apples. All this harmonizes and goes very well with the flavors of walnut
quite distinct with a note of pine needles, sweet, vanilla, perfumed Danish pastry from the 90s in lemon-flavored foil (I liked it very much), green apple, young walnuts
penetrating, sweet, honey, chocolate, lots of apples, vanilla cheese with a hint of mint and walnut
long, slightly spicy, with a flower meadow, bee honey, tongue-tickling, malt water bubbles, all with a pleasant walnut aftertaste, typical of bourbon barrels.