A light, fruity and easy to drink scotch, good value. Best served neat!
- rot, 9th Sep '11
A pleasant light Speyside, slightly citrus with a little burnt sugar. Loses all of it's character if water is added. Perfectly drinkable but not a Glenlivet!
- Paul, Bolton, 27th Mar '11
I have been drinking this for years and buy it by the case for a private club that I run. It goes down well and holds it's own with much more expensive rivals. OK, its not 'Top Drawer' stuff, but exceptional value. Drink it neat!!!
- Cornish John, 8th Oct '10
This is really easy going stuff. Honey sweet and malty. Young-ish but not sharp with it. In fact a silky delivery. Nothing exceptional but pleasant speyside, and well worth the price tag. Don't believe the reviewer above - this malt needs no ice or water, although the reviewer may need to grow a pair. P
- anonymous, 7th May '10
The last reviewer( sh0ck-wave) hit the nail on the head with his review , easy to drink and not to expensive for the quality of this dram.
- aussie shaun, 4th Dec '08
A nice, slightly peppery scotch that drinks well on ice or neat (but probably needs a touch of water when served neat). Not that great as a mixer as it tastes far too similar to cheaper scotches due to its weakish taste (read : save your money and buy cheap scotch if you want to mix it). Doesn't hit you like a 12 pound hammer either, so its one you can drink all night.
- Sh0ck-wave, 17th Aug '07
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