Ralfy said that this is the Champagne of single malts. I agree, at least when it comes to movies. For me it is like Hitchcock's movie Champagne. Not his best work, but a nice showing. Kinda like Vintage 1989 by Balblair.
This is a 20 year old whisky and a very popular. But I did like the 1997 version a bit better. Don't add water, at least too much, if you must have to add!
Nose: Tangy with vanilla and heavy citrus. Some floral feel. Stingy at the start but gets smooth.
Taste: Lemon and citrus with barley sugar. Oak and wee spices.
Finish: Honey and peppery notes. Delicate with a nice length and a fresh feel.
Balance: Nice dram in good balance, too bad I ruined the last bit of my drink with too much water. Didn't get the full complexity this might have offered.