A stunning bottling of Blair Athol finished in a Hungarian Tokaji Gonchi dessert wine cask yielding just 146 cask strength bottles in total.
Tasting Note from the chaps at BB&R:
Rich, sweet and chewy aromas rise from the glass, offering apricot, figs, almonds and zingy marmalade. This dram takes a little time to open up, but some air brings forth some ripe green apples and a little cinnamon. The palate is thick and full, giving more jammy apricot notes and some dried fruit, but with clear distillate character coming through in the form of stewed apples and pears. A long, mouth-coating finish shows baking spice and oak. This is a big, full, warming whisky.