Macduff is a funny distillery. It’s only been around since the 60’s and from when it opened up until 1972 has a great reputation. From about 72 until 1980 the quality seemed to drop noticeably (from what I’ve read), and then in 1980 there are some great ones again. From about then on Macduff has done little to garner praise from even the most open minded drinkers... Some great deals to be had with Macduff, but check your vintages...
Another great one this is. Loads of honey, wax, a floral freshness (honeysuckle, meadow flowers). Lots of tropical fruits, such as, kiwi, guava, passion fruit. Not unlike 70s Tomatin.
Loads of honey, soft wax, meadow flowers and honeysuckle. Sharp fruits like tangerine, clementine, kiwi, apricot.
More honey, if that’s possible. Spearmint freshness and fruits pick up exponentially. Mango, guava, tangerine, mint...
An explosion of tropical fruits. Guava, passion fruit, kiwi, mango, guava for sure, tangerine. A little fresh mint in there for good measure. Very very fruity. Quenching, long and satisfying. Not unlike the hyper fruity Irish or old Tomatin. At least this is my reference.