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This is the Singleton of Glendullan 15yo. Got a litre bottle at the duty free in Shenzen just because. No idea what to expect except that it's a speyside.
Nose: Like walking into a dusty old barn. Half of it is filled with fresh cut hay, half is filled with young oranges.
Palate: Starts with a bit of peppery oak, then it's all sweet from there. White cake, citrus juice, and lots of cream puff paste.
Finish: Quite short and sweet. White cake and creme. Doesn't linger for more than a second or two.
Overall: Very light bodied drinkable whisky. Reminiscent of sweet orange juice and creme puffs. Lightweight speyside. Good for a summer day on the porch.