A rich, complex and confident Singleton with hints of melon, which reveals itself at its own very elegant pace.
Best served neat or with a drop of water.
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Nose: ah yes, I’ve never tried this baby before and I must say I find what I usually like in older official Glen Ords, this beeswax, honey, apricots, ripe plums and even a little sandalwood and incense… A great surprise so far. Maybe there’s a little dust as well in the background? Cloves? Mouth: rounded, honeyed, malty. It’s a light dram again but it isn’t weak. Quite a lot of cloves as well, something perfumy (orange blossom?), kumquats and quite some brown sugar. Decent body. Finish: medium length, with some smoked tea (lapsang souchong) and a faint earthiness, which gives this baby a nice signature. Comments: very honest and loyal, and the bottle is niiiiiiice…
Serge Valentin 2013, whiskyfun.com