Aroma: vanilla, overripe rotten pears, honey, blooming lilac, minerality, granite in the sun, fresh white bread broken in half.
Taste: honey, honeycomb, orange peel, spicy, oily.
Aftertaste: repeats the taste, honey, wax, a little pepper, on the tongue you directly feel the film of butter, rather long.
Conclusion: a very good representative of the Highland with a wonderful fortress (in Diageo this is the only official release that crossed the threshold of 46%) which adds integrity. Molt is very strict, without excessive sugaryness, even though honey is in the first place everywhere, in general, Highland, which I love. There are not very many nuances, more in flavor, but everything is very consistent and consistent.