A very round, pleasing and pleasant whisky. He has no weaknesses and knows how to please in particular with the typical Balblair flower meadow and the well-defined citrus fruits. Whether you have to pay for a 10-year-old Balblair in drinking strength with these attributes but over 90, - EUR, is up to you.
A fresh, fragrant flower meadow in the summer. The distillate character has a light play with the restrained aromas of the refill-ex-bourbon barrel. Grapes, apricots, limes and some pineapple. Above all lies a basic floral character that reminds me of the described flower meadow.
Sweet and light with honey, vanilla and completely removed caramel. The citrus fruits predominate on the tongue: pineapple juice, lime zest and a splash of lemon. The keg brings black pepper and some cinnamon sugar to the end.
Medium-long and creamy with vanilla sugar and caramel pudding. The sweet citrus fruits fade away slowly and the sweetness of the ex-bourbon barrel remains together with a delicate spicy note on the tongue.