“An ideal beach dram” was my impression from the nose – and, yep, that’s what it is. fresh, light, fruity, not without substance but not too much depth – like a fling on the beach. Just as I’m not the type for flings, I’m a bit torn regarding this whisky too, also because it wasn’t exactly cheap at 58€ for a 10-year-old dram. I just can’t help but wonder what might’ve happened if it was left to mature another five or ten years. I’ll save this for the summertime and might just try a few blending experiments, adding a few drops of older, maybe sherried drams! Hey, nobody said you shouldn’t experiment!
82/100Full review here: https://dokla.net/dailydram/2016/03/29/tasting-glen-ord-10-yo-2004-2015-by-cadenheads/