Glass: Classic Malt
Bright gold, light amber
Initially very grainy with some leafiness followed by a
background of light chestnuts.
Very smooth with lightly perfumed
hay and grasses before a hint of malty popcorn and honey appear
to lead the way into the finish.
Long, maybe even very long.
Overall Impression: As an entry-level blend by Inver House
this is excellent value for money and a very pleasant whisky too.
I am told it comprises 30% single malts, primarily from Balblair,
but also with offerings from Balmenach and Knockdhu. The other
70% comprises grain whisky from North British & Port Dundas.