The nose may be more shy, less integrated on other Glendronach 1971/1972, but once surrounded, it's pure pleasure, with enormous exoticism and super complexity.
A powerful, woody, varnished nose. We are on big sherry that does not hide.
Noble wood, varnished, old shelf, rancio.
It evolves on dried orange zest, plum, prune and currant.
Very light exoticism with a little pineapple and mango.
In the mouth we start with sweet candy, which is followed by a whiff of exoticism. Passion fruit, mango, papaya, pineapple, blood orange. It's a real bowl of fruit.
We continue on runny dark chocolate, a light dry and delicate wood and a little leather.
To finish a little molasses, camphor, pepper, and a light barbecue smoke.
Long finish on charcoal, grilled meat, grison. Wood, dust, leather, molasses, pepper, camphor. Dried mango, pineapple, orange zest.