Nose: overripe oranges, sour cherries, orange peel, jasmine tea, a vinous fruit acid, which I would associate with the port. A very elegant vanilla and spicy bitter oak flavors are also to be found. The oak aromas remind me of sawdust of freshly cut wood, mixed with port wine with a good dose of mint. Furthermore, I associate chocolate and lots of nut flavors - walnut, nutmeg and roasted hazelnuts are the most likely to hit it. In short: very complex, elegant and old. The old port wine barrel is definitely felt and also flavors like tobacco, old leather couch and old bookshelves not missing. Taste: At the beginning very soft and very spicy. Toasted aromas, old leather couch, unburned cigar tobacco and nutmeg associations. After a few seconds comes a fairly dominant vinous tingling fruit acid of the port accompanied by vanilla. The fruit acid is reminiscent of plums, cherries and dark berries and remains present for a long time on the front tongue center. The finish is characterized by a combination of peppermint tea, about 60% chocolate and a Port-Remaining fruit, which remains really long presence. The finish is hardly really tart, I would have liked a little more oak bitter substances in the form of coffee, this one is more herbal tart. Overall but very soft, elegant and feels cool for a long time in the mouth. However, in my opinion, the drop could have a bit more alcohol content. But Conclusion: a really successful Glenglassaugh. Old, elegant with a very pleasant fruit acidity, which blends perfectly with the spicy flavors so sympathetic to me. The nose, and the taste are great cinema. Only the finish for me could have a bit more tart oak flavors. Otherwise very interesting and delicious!