Mouth: Strong, but rather slim, elegant, with a clear sherry, but does not appear too dominant. Nutty, again spicy, but also again with this fresh citrusiness, which animates the malt. Clear but clean wood, polish, fine and elegant, quite balanced, later with leathery tones and tobacco.
Finish: Medium long, dry, slightly astringent, earthy and floral.
Conclusion: I really enjoyed this dram because it was surprisingly well-balanced and well-geared for Glen Keith's typical fruitiness, despite the sherry and age. Dreamlike aroma, in taste a few percent by volume more might have been able to produce even more power. https://whiskycuse.wordpress.com/