Mouth: Very good, strong, great fruit with a tropical impact and strong citrusiness! The malty is now more in the background and accompanying active, the fermented impression completely disappeared. Pleasant sweetness, oily consistency, juicy oranges, fine bitterness, almonds and nuts with the time, later some pepper.
Finish: Very long, balanced, fruity, malty, nutty, with hardly any intensity.
Conclusion: What a great malt and an absolute surprise. This malt and fruit mixture, I have already noticed in other and especially older Fettercairns, even this discreet Vergorene, which has always bothered me at first a bit. But over time, this has always been well integrated and made room for wonderful fruitiness. A great character whisky, which impressed me especially in the finish with its many facets! https://whiskycuse.wordpress.com/