The whisky as such, I feel as completely unspectacular. Since pinches, scratches and bites nothing. Very short and light, stands out in the nose of alcohol. So I commit myself to the Speyside region, with a few exceptions, the most appropriate for me. In the nose I have oranges, glucose, hazelnut and dried fruits (most raisins). In the mouth again a very gentle start, here is the hazelnut present and I can almost speak of nougat. The fruit notes step into the background. It dries and the oak packs properly, in the form of a strong spice. The finish is again relatively unspectacular, only a little dryness and light oak remains.
Now to the data I have come up with. The whisky I estimate at about 12-15 years, the departure was just too short and older whisky come out yet other notes that I do not have here. Something is sparkling in my nose here and there. In the mouth, the alcohol is well integrated. I think he is still filled with over 50%, I'm now just stuck times to 52%. The barrels I use but very old, maybe any refill Sherry Butts? Now I have a problem, it's an OA or bottled by a UA. I'll make it short and painless now! I say it's an OA and type in a Glenlivet singlecask?