Owned by LVMH, this Highland is said to be the best-selling single malt in Scotland (whatever that means.) At just 10 years old, it pours very, very light yellow (no fake coloring, that's a good thing.) Aroma is intense fruit (lemon peel, green plums, dry pineapple, even gummies.) There's a hint of pipe tobacco as well. Body is light, smooth and not powerful at all. Silky finish, slightly bitter-ish, lasting but a second. Having no great flaws, it has no real virtues either.