Region: Speyside Price: $$$ Class: 100% Camping / Campfire Rating: 4 / 5 Best consumed for breakfast, on a long drive or from a canteen during a primeval time traveling expedition - all while wearing a smoking jacket and using a pipe.
Pros, Cons and Neutralities
+: Reasonably priced
+: Great font
N: 80 proof
Culling of the Copy
- Colour: Bright and lively gold.
- Nose: Vibrant aromas of summer meadows and tropical fruits, notably
Floral notes, smooth and sweet fruit notes of fresh peaches, pearsand vanilla.
Marzipanand fresh hazelnuts.
G.L.O.: This is overly descriptive – they’re trying too hard to earn their Goddamned paycheck.
The Word(s) on the Street
adjectives: dark and leafy, smooth, very little scent, balanced, full spectrum of flavor, strong font-end, coffee aftertaste
“Eat some bits of the forest.”
“The closest to elegant since the Queen! (Highland Queen)”
“You can taste the years.”