Representing the east highlands Nose: fruit, dark cherry and chocolate. Oak sneaks out. Dark raisin from the sherry (?) light apricot and more fruity with time. Maraschino cherry sneaks out in time. And late hits of pepper. Body: smooth, medium Palate: whoa. Oak and chocolate and dry fruit, it’s sweet but more like dark chocolate sweet as opposed to milk chocolate sweet. The initial impression is unique. Mild spice. Hint of orange cream. Finish: long with dark chocolate and cherry, like a cordial. Note: whoa. I think I felt late heat coming out of my ears. There is a lot going on here. Got a hint of glenglassaugh revival in hint of orange on the palate but it’s very subtle and good when light. Got a little more oaky and sherry-ie at the end which isn’t my style as much but it’s so mature it works. Almost a little hint of smoke or char at the end. Very good.