I'm typing before dissolution:
48-50% vol. Speysider
After dissolution remains to be stated: very tasty fruit bomb. I sign the floral note and a slight scent of perfume, orange tic-tac anyway ... And I would have made much more money loose than he tasted.
Notes from a blind tasting:
And that should still be whisky? Not the hint of alcohol in the nose. But a lot of bright, ripe fruits, especially solid orange. Mango, papaya. Even a bit banana. First, everything says 35+ years to me ... without, of course, to know especially many such bottlings. Every now and then a small mint leaf flashes on the fruit salad.
Immediately a tingle on the tongue. Beautiful oak, you can chew forever. Vanilla, meadow herbs, also has something buttery ... the fruity notes remain in the background.
Nice finish. Astringent, again very sweet with vanilla, honey, hay. Remains long and sticky in the mouth ... but has more power than the nose pretends one.