The spray paint noted to start with soon fades
into an italian kitchen – basil, oregano, tomato leaves, fresh pizza
topping, mozzarella cheese – with white lilies and carnations in the
window. The taste is less sweet than we expected, but still reminded us
of a fruit cocktail with vanilla cream, sugared almonds and macaroons.
Water raises more macaroons, with panacotta and passionfruit coulis –
the latter comes through in the taste, which is sweet, fresh and lightly
petillon. Ranked Top Class, this malt from near Elgin is so popular
with Diageo’s blenders it is rarely bottled.