Perhaps 17 years in a bottle, or maybe the wrong storage conditions gave their own to this malt. As a basic release, such a 12-ka is quite a suitable skoch, but it does not pull on the Anniversary release. For spring fans, for these coins, it might be better to consider purchasing an 18 year old, modern release.
Very fruity, apricot, pear, vanilla. The delicate, mineral-dirty base intersects well with honey motifs. Very bright and over time delicate nose with many halftones.
The same fruit, some citrus and salt. Ginger spice. Finish with signature mineral notes and a little smoke.
Medium length, lots of wood, cardboard motifs with remnants of peat.