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An interesting light (blend) that is rather a sound idea. Unfortunately, the very northern H/P. does not and shouldn't be expected to 'show' well at 10 years; the combination is skewed toward the Bomore which was not the idea at all. A H/P at 12 or 14 years would have I suspect given a more harmonious whole - nevertheless, it is not without charm, notwithstanding the internal struggles. I'm reminded of George Saintsbury, in his Notes on a CELLAR BOOK, where he describes the best Whisky he ever had in his celler as a small cask of equal parts of Clyne Lish (his spelling) and Glenlivet.