My review is for the 1977 release, which is not found on WB, and I have no photo or link to a bottle so it could be submitted.
A graceful blend that feels very Speyside, and makes me wish they'd make them like this these days.
Gentle fruitiness (ripe pears & melons), and a clean, not too dry oak note. Faintly acidic, and a bit metallic too, although that could just be OBE. A chocolate bar that's sat out in the sun for a while, some faint sweatiness, vanilla, and ripe citrus. The faint metallic note coupled with just a bit of leather remind me of old wristwatches. Some wet floorwax, and a bit of smokiness and ethanol from the grain whisky involved.
The mouth is a bit flat initially, but gathers some steam after being rolled around on the tongue a while. Faint smokiness and greasiness, probably from the grain, then gentle ripe pear notes, some metal, and pepper. Not the most complex drop, but classy and pleasing to be sure.
A bit of milk chocolate, and a drying dustiness, plus some vanilla. Gets extremely greasy and oily in the tail.