I was intrigued to try this after Danish Whisky blog named it Whisky Bottling of the Year for 2012 (http://goo.gl/rwtmTU).
His review is spot on - there's a balanced, integrated complexity that I haven't found to this degree in other 1993 Glendronach single cask releases - giving it a mature sophistication.
I can spend a long time with my nose in the glass, it's a pleasure to breathe - there's a complex softness and maturity, just lovely. Fruit is integrated rather than punchy.Very balanced on the palate, elements of dark fruit, cocoa, and oak spice coordinate wonderfully, evolving smoothly and in concert.
That consistency continues on through the finish - just an excellent selection. Maturity and a smooth complexity throughout - evoking the sherried whiskies of time's past.