Review by gepster1
February, 17 2009
Pros: Great honey overtones . Not over complex, easy drinker with a splash of water.
Cons: Despite having a good balance of primary flavors could be a tad stronger.
Review by chem751
April, 18 2008
Pros: Inexpensive (~20-25). Good flavor. Not too overpowering.
Cons: Finish is short. Very sweet.
Review by donc230
March, 23 2008
Pros: Price, malty but light and fruity taste
Cons: Not as robust as some others
Review by fitzspike195
October, 27 2007
Pros: Price, medium flavor profile.
Cons: A bit young and raw tasting.
Review by joseph06
August, 02 2007
Pros: Value, smoothness, interesting mineral and fruit overtones.
Cons: Thin, lacks complexity found in higher in single-malts.
Review by bernardlewis
October, 24 2006
Pros: Cheap single-malt
Cons: Aroma, flavor, inferior to scotches of same price, whether blended or single-malt
Review by daddylike
August, 04 2006
Pros: Smooth, nice flavor, not too expensive
Cons: Not in a fancy package, although it does have a real cork.
Review by mtaylor733
February, 13 2006
Pros: Very good! Low Peat taste, not smokey, mellow and smooth.
Cons: Hard to find.
Review by albenfreir
August, 22 2005
Pros: Very good introductory single malt, smooth and light, straight forward malt.
Cons: no real depth of flavor, straight malt and pretty pungent initial taste.
Review by mshawpyle
December, 22 2000
Pros: Clean and subtle Speyside classic; a nice stocking stuffer, albeit no Great Revelation
Cons: A bit too moderate for me, and a slightly abbreviated finish
Review by Coraoccllo
December, 14 2000
Pros: An excellent single malt for the price
Cons: Not for the undiscerning