I'm torn on this whisky. Part of me wants to pick up a bottle while I can at a reduced price, but this whisky is almost sickly sweet. I enjoy it, but I don't know if I would grow out of it. I definitely appreciate a 29 year single grain for its uniqueness and it has some very unique characteristics that I haven't picked up on in other whiskies. It's best without water. Nose: Buttered popcorn, corn flakes, sweet fruit, Palate: Oak, candy corn, sweet fruit, ginger, sweet up front and turn slightly bitter. Finish: Lingers, but not to strong. A bitter white pepper note shows up near the end Mouthfeel: This is where the age shows. It is creamy and viscous and like drinking a liquid candy corn.