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This whisky comes in a triangular bottle (in cross section), and bears all the hall marks of Glenfiddich so I assume this is the same William Grants and Sons responsible for the single malt.
A pale coloured liquor with very little viscosity comes out of the bottle, the aroma is light with a vanilla theme supported very faintly by some apple, dried fruit and white wine but they take some finding. That being said the aroma is this whisky’s strongest suite.
On the palate it’s very thin, no actually watery. A slightly bitter tang unfortunately takes the lead in terms of flavours with some grassy freshness and vanilla on the undercard. The less said about the finish the better, very short and forgettable although there is no bad aftertaste. It has the decency to leave and not remind one of its passing.