The best thing about this Mortlach is its body - think, sticky, oily - absolute delight in the mouth. Other than that it has the nice dirty, farmy and meaty Mortlach profile. Great maturity for this age. I am considering second bottle now.
Round, sweet and full of toffee, spices, citrus and barley on the nose. Its palate is even more vanilla caramel in style with soft burnt/crunchy sugar drifting through - leading to a warmly spiced finish with more of that fudginess apparent. ( F )
Curiously enough, it weakens with the course of time, or shall I put - turns for the worse, deteriorates even. So, do not rush it, take your time. Be wary nonetheless about the treacherous nature of it.