It's a tenuous link, but is one bovered? Here are three malts i tried recently that are associated by rarity, scarcity and unfamiliarity. I've only previously had two St Magdalene WB, only two single cask expressions of Macallan WB and only one Allt-a-Bhainne WB. Let's change all that.
N: Fatty, oily, firm yet fluffy malt distillate with water melon and goats cheese
T: Squidgy & grassy mouthfeel, a little oily and oozing of barley water with a light fruitiness. Has a soft richness, with a peak of [joyous] intensity going into the finish
F: Simply lovely as it finishes with more barley, a tad austere but altogether desirable.
C: A treat, not least in context of its rarity.
Scores a B-