Nose is light, fruity, and nutty, with vanilla and caramel. Palate is delicious. Moderate spice rush with medium sweetness and grassyness; plus there's a refreshing aspect. Pleasant heat. Lately I've tried a few of these older cask-strength Auchentoshans that are darn tasty, and this is one of them. This isn't especially complex, yet it's not simple either. I like it a lot. A-/B+
B: Fruity, very slight ripeness (butyric). P: Dry and light, a white wine profile, I guess you could say it's what you's expect from a lowland. F: Gets even dryer, fades quick. Yeah, not a big fan of this, its like fiery church wine.