Taste: Pastry cooking note carries through, more sweet apple pie now developing into fresh toast loaded with butter and calories. A touch of ginger, stomped apple – reminds me of a Craigellachie with its refreshing characteristics. A true taste of summer before the short dry finish which is the only indication of its blended nature.
A great value blended scotch which doesn’t scream ‘grain!’ as many do around this price level. Availability and distribution might not be comparable to other blends but search this chap out and experience. I enjoyed the remnants of a sample this evening with a couple chunks of milk chocolate and it worked a treat.