Colour: white wine.
Nose: light but not weak at all at first sniff, extremely citrusy (pure lemon juice) and quite mashy as well. Lemon sprinkled porridge? Gets then a little more flowery (touches of lilies of the valley plus celery) and even vanilled but it’s the lemony freshness that prevails here.
Mouth: not too bold of course but perfectly balanced, with again this huge lemon as well as hints of salt. Goes on on grains, orange drops, lemon pie…
Finish: rather long, still lemony but also with a little candy sugar and touches of bubblegum. I always though Bladnoch was a perfect summer malt!!