The nose starts off with waxy and toffee notes followed by a very expensive furniture polish on an antique table. It then pulls you in with aromas like dates, figs and almonds before turning sweeter, dark cherries, Terry’s Orange Chocolate and marzipan. To taste it is big, rich, mouth coating comments like cherry cough syrup, blood oranges, mixed nuts and dark chocolate with spices (German Lebkuchen) were noted. Careful adding water; the nose changes to rich honey, chocolate pralines studded with nuts, dried oranges and limes becoming fruity, peaches and oranges, with time. Attractively juicy to drink, flavours of honeycomb, almonds, dried fruits, combined with an overall aroma of casks maturing old whisky in a dunnage warehouse by the oldest distillery in ‘The Malt Whisky Capital of Scotland’.