N Quite thick,initially cereal tinged malt and bitter fruit.becomes sweeter on pink kayli(American cream soda I think it was called) eventually vaguely fruity sugared barley
T Softish,medium body,lightly spiced, a bit furry.Powdery barley with faint licorice and fruit,that's about it.
F Quite sweet,pleasant barley sweetness and spice,sugary barley(lucazade),a sense of licorice. then salltier(oak),a powdery woodiness. Not especially bitter but mouthdrying with a salty aftertaste.
B Reasonable nose but otherwise sweet and simplistic based on a fat body and powdery barley. The early finish is nice until it descends into salty woodiness. Seems to share a pink confection like barley quality that i also found in glen Albyn.This was a cut price miniature. it gives you an idea what Glen Mhor can taste like but it's not a great example.