Colour: Pinkish copper.
Nose: Toasted floury aromas, chocolate too. Sherry notes too, but not too rich.
Palate: Creamy, sweet buttery toffee. Strawberries & cream on fresh scones.
Finish: Quite a quick drying sensation, creamy salty caramel gradually dissipate.
Comments: A very decent drop, but for the price point (£121 a bottle) I think there’s much better value and flavour to be had with the Macallan 12 year old sherry cask single malt.