Nose: Perfumed with a wood-spicy nose. Subtle, on exotic fruits, some
lavender, resinous wood and camphor. Very nice. With some water, it gets more on
toffee, burnt sugar, saw dust. Smells like the inside of a wooden hut.
Taste: Very spicy, peppery, salty, with chilli, before getting very woody
(tannic) and finally on sweet fruity notes. Intense and winey. The finish is
winey, smoky, dry and short.
Impression: A nice atypical Glenmorangie, where the virgin oak give a nice
spiciness to the spirit. Slightly rough.