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A typical old Speyside nose – you could be at a wedding – fruit cake (with icing and marzipan), floral bouquets, custard slice, sugared almonds, melon, beeswax and banana split. The palate combines bread and butter pudding and Swiss roll with sherbet lemons, citric peel and refreshers, waxed paper and some wood spices. The citrus builds on the reduced nose – orange zest, orange blossom, pear baked with honey and clove – and it continues the waxy note (waxed jackets, sand candles). The palate is now beautifully integrated – chewy toffee and nougat, honey, melon and maraschino cherry, with teasing sherbet dib-dabs and tickling ginger spice.

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£115.00
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Description

A typical old Speyside nose – you could be at a wedding – fruit cake (with icing and marzipan), floral bouquets, custard slice, sugared almonds, melon, beeswax and banana split. The palate combines bread and butter pudding and Swiss roll with sherbet lemons, citric peel and refreshers, waxed paper and some wood spices. The citrus builds on the reduced nose – orange zest, orange blossom, pear baked with honey and clove – and it continues the waxy note (waxed jackets, sand candles). The palate is now beautifully integrated – chewy toffee and nougat, honey, melon and maraschino cherry, with teasing sherbet dib-dabs and tickling ginger spice.

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