Nose:Tangy and 'fizzy', old fashioned lemonade and hints of Orangina or Buck's Fizz even. There's gooseberry and a touch of coconut and foam banana. Raspberry and rhubarb develop. The peat comes through as nutty malted barley.
Palate:Tasting this alongside Ian Logan, he explained how his favourite tasting notes are the ones that get right to the point, so here you go: Peat & Pear Drops!
Finish:Creaminess and earthy peat combine for a chocolatey finish, both pleasantly bitter cocoa and creamy Cadbury's hot chocolate with hints of fruitiness still.
Overall:Fruity Glenlivet combining very well with considered use of peated casks.
A giant of Canadian whisky, created in 1858 and spending six long years in oak before bottling for the smoothest possible flavour.
A’_light’_and mild whiskey that is easy to mix, easy to serve and easy to call - especially the signature drink 7 & 7. A nose offering smokey, herbal and honey/maple...