Fantastic colour which manifests itself from four different charred Highland casks
This is a blend which isn’t something I normally indulge in but I met this dram at a Roseberry Club gathering a couple of years ago and was keen to get a bottle. The nose is all honey and vanilla with overtones of jammy Victoria Sponge and a wee nip of spice
The palette has loads of apple pie and hints of Butterscotch Angel Delight
The finish is long and reminds me of the sweet taste of banana fritters and Scottish tablet
I don’t know how available this is but it’s worth seeking out. Slainje! 🥃
Lovely golden colour from being finished in red wine casks makes me want to crack this bottle open!
The nose is woody but not old wood, it’s a bit like a fresh pallet if that makes sense. There’s also lots of vanilla and caramel and it reminds me of McCowans toffee Dainties (Scottish colloquialism!) I get a wee bit of spice as well
The finish is very smooth but lacking in the real conviction you’d get from an aged dram but not thin like a young spirit either. It’s woody and nutty on the way down and not unpleasant at all