In their series Discovery, in which bottler Gordon & Macphail mainly bottles young, affordable entry-level malts, appeared in 2018 this 13-year-old Tormore, bottled from a bourbon cask. Clearly refill, because it is very pale. The nose is very light and very simple not to say boring. Some pear juice, malt sugars and a little vanilla. Light mineral touch that tries to brighten things up a bit, but fails to do so. What a skinny nose... Very light body and again very simple and light. Some pears, again, but now also some young apples and vanilla, but also something of breakfast cereals and a soft pepper. Boring, as I said. Too bad. The finish evolves from sweet to bitter and is quickly gone. What a disappointment. Available for about 50 EUR. Then give me a good blend. Thanks to Top Malts for the sample.