N: Honeyed and creamy with a little butterscotch - a Speysider? First fill? Somewhat resinous/spicy before more 'age’ [maturity] emerges. It's certainly rum-ish,.... hmmm - last time i picked out rum notes so firmly it turned out to be a Cameronbridge. Not long after and it's clearly a grain, a light fruity one - tropical fruits. I reckon 20 years old.
T: It's a grain for sure with strong vanilla, light sherbet & white pepper giving a fizzy note. Time smoothes it to a modestly sweet & creamy sipper. After an hour its tutti-fruity side comes alive.
F: Rather short with a little coconut and green vanilla at the death.
C: Decent youngish,.... Invergordon? It appeared to be a great companion to mystery dram #3, though theme-wise this is paired with whisky #2.Scores a C[+]