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The 10 year old is a nice malt, that is well priced (especially in the USA, where I know it costs as low as $20…) but is not really popular where I come from. It’s pretty basic and nice for that price, and I’ve had it on a few occasions (as well as in the distillery when visiting last year). It was nice to revisit it, and take proper notes this time.
Nose: Sweet malty, and lemon zest, with warm wood, and spice, followed by pear drops
Palate: malt, wood spice, a bit of bitter wood, zest, and sugar.
Finish : medium, malty, with vanilla and wood.
A Nice basic dram, nothing to get excited about, but for that price, it’s a good BFYB.