As expected, this is another one of those excellent undisclosed Speysiders. Yes, they cost a lot of money, but are relatively cheap if you're looking to add a quality, well-matured whisky from a bygone era to your collection.
Hello fruit bowl! Orchard fruits such as apples and pears, accompanied by mango, mandarine and peach. There's also apricot marmalade and lemon yoghurt. Plenty of varnish and resin too, as well as wax and honey.
Soft tannins and mild chocolate flavours, but also a whole array of fruit. Pear skin and red apples at first, before going down a more tropical road. Actually, this pretty much mirrors the nose, which, I should not have to explain, is a very good thing.
Very subtle spices, before reverting to fruitier territories.