I’ve always wondered why these miniatures get overlooked at auction, and then stumbled across this: ‘,… this series was produced in 1985 It does not purport to contain whisky from the named distillery. The contents are incidental & not intended for consumption’ worthpoint.com. All the more for us then!
N: This isn’t tea-spooned Balvenie, the name relates to the old Burnside distillery in Campbeltown, established in 1825. In actual fact it smells more like a Clynelish.
T: Clynelish confirmed on the palate too.
F: Lime cubes and coal smoke is all I noted.
C: I love this. Further reading: lostdistillery.com.
Scores a B[+]