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A small Speyside distillery rescued and reopened in the 1990’s. A deftly presented younger malt. The smoke is the main player here, but it does not dominate possession of the palate. I look forward to drinking more of this distilleries products in years to come as the spirit matures. Nose: Delicate wood smoke, (not peat smoke), malt, cedar and cinnamon. Taste: More spice here, but still the wood smoke is dominant. Clean appetising. Some sherry warmth. Finish: Medium length and warm, smokey notes fading and some sweetness lingering.