Glen Moray (Scottish Whisky: Speyside Single Malt: 8 Year?: 40% ABV)

Visual: Very light pale yellow.

Viscosity: A few thick streaks that form amazingly fast.

Nose: Very sharp, citrus lemon. Deep oak, floral; a nose more like strong rakia like spirit.

Body: Light sweet character, again floral with a dash of honey.

Finish: Sudden alcohol, dry, brown sugar. Over very quickly

Conclusion: Not my preferred whisky. Somewhat simple and with a short finish. It does not benefit much from adding water.

Whilst some expressions of Glen Moray excite the palette rim afraid this one leaves a lot to be desired.

Thanks To Dylan Almond For Supplying This Whisky