If you have tasted it as a single malt on it's own, you can taste the Glenkinchie in this, as it is the lead malt within the Dimple/Pinch blend for decades. It doesn't have any off-notes, so quite decent casks have been used, but I would've never guessed that this is 15 years old, therefore it just lacks depth, body and complexity. If the grain alcohol wouldn't be detectable, this would've scored a few points higher, nevertheless very okayish.
demerara sugar, pears, dried apricots, peaches, pineapple, flowers, honey, malt, allspice, cafe latte, a little soap, with deep nosing the grain shows as in neutral alcohol.
silky smooth arrival, fruity and sweet, peaches, (dried) apricots, dark malt, demerara sugar, a hint of grassy notes, a bit thin with a light body.
sweet, malty, demerara sugar, a little woody bitterness, eventually neutral grain alcohol, really short.