Overall: This is a good Everyday Dram.With it's lack of Oak Influence it shares some similarities with some more upscale Blended Whiskies. For some Single Malt Enthusiasts, this might prove to be a bit too clean and sanitized.
N: This has ‘blend’ written all over it, which in reality isn’t far off - a single distillery blend of all-sorts i’d imagine. We unanimously agreed that it was pretty flat. I also found it sweet, a little eggy [the whites] and doughy with salt n vinegar potato crisps,… T: Old, malty and oak steeped with a rather short middle. F: Only now the oldness of this whisky come through. C: I’m a sucker for these old=>young style single [blended] malts, and despite the flaws I find it really well blended - which tends to gain it quite a few more marks in my book. Our table gave this a solid 86/gold medal. The SBWM however awarded this a low silver.Scores a B-