For me a great drop, which is not very complex, but very complacent, balanced and flattering comes along and I liked it. I'm guessing a single grain from Scotland or maybe even middle-aged Ireland (12 to 15 years old). => (80/100)
BLIND TASTING: After pouring in I was greeted by a mild fruity Grainy, accompanied by aromas like Arkazienhonig and subtle vanilla. Delicate oak is found in the background and after a while, a subtle ethereal freshness comes along, which blends well with the flavor.
On the palate, the drop develops a strong honey sweetness that flatters the tongue delicately. Alcohol is barely perceptible (40%?).
The aftertaste is quite long and slightly spicy and is complemented by a fine and well-dosed bitterness.