Nose: Light and delicate, with apple, pear and doughy aromas, then some delicious floral notes of rosehip and honeysuckle. Then some oak spices (ginger, cinnamon, vanilla) and brazil nuts.
Palate: Medium-bodied, with sponge cake, perach, green apple and orange zest. Then becomes very grassy, with heather notes emerging. Oakiness appears mid-palate: floorboards, resin, then clove and anise kick in.
Finish: Medium-long, tingling, mouthwatering.
Comment: A very pleasant medium-weight dram from this much-lamented Lowlander. Grassy, floral and elegant - just what you would expect from a Lowland distillery of this calibre.