Note by Serge Valentin from whiskyfun.com:Glenmorangie ‘Milsean’ (46%, OB, +/-2016) A nice retro packaging that reminds me of an old circus, perhaps (check Compass Box’ next bottling in that respect!) Or an old ice-cream truck, remember? This baby was matured in bourbon wood, then finished in re-toasted wine casks. Why not! Colour: gold. Nose: the antithesis of the old 10. When that one was saying ‘rocks’, this one says ‘candy floss’. Indeed, candy floss, and marshmallows, jelly babies, the expected vanilla, touches of coconut, and then drops of light rum and nail polish. I don’t know why, I cannot not think of Auchentoshan. Mouth: we’re going towards bourbon, or even pure corn whisky. That’s funny indeed. Sweet maize, coconut, vanilla, sultanas, plenty of sweet oak (not tannic as such), and a feeling of cassata ice-cream. From the aforementioned ice-cream truck, of course. Ends up with more pears, which suggests youth. Finish: rather short, clean, and always on sweets and jellies. Some might say this is a sexist remark, but I find it a little girly. Comments: some light bourbon from Scotland – a Scottish obsession these days, it seems. Drinks very well, for sure. SGP:741 - 81 points.