Robust notes on the nose to start with brown sauce, soy sauce, figs, dates and Old Jamaica chocolate. Tasted neat, it was hot and had some struck matches (sulphur?), salty toffee, fruit cake, cloves and coke. Adding water made us think of egg custard in an old Jaguar (leather) and there was fig jam, toffee and rapeseed oil. The taste retained the sulphury notes but it was pleasant – rum & raisin ice cream, glace cherries, dark chocolate, ginger loaf and a toffee sauce finish. Elgin’s gallows once stood within the grounds of this distillery.