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Appearance: Dram, neat. Pours a clear, orange amber with impressive leg structure.
Nose: Apples, pear, white grape. More white wine like in that sense. Cherry and vanilla comes through as it opens up along with some unsightly vinegar.
Taste: Better than the nose with practically no spicy alcohol and no tannic oak thank god. More fresh peach, sweet red cherries, subdued alcohol. Finishes with cinnamon stick and mild bitterness.
Palate: spicy, very light and near watery. Not my style.
An improvement over Glenlevit 12 and also less expensive. Would not be my go too Speyside, but is competent, ubiquitous, and inexpensive.