Nose: creamy vanilla with big hints of coconut (as expected). Reminds me of certain rums in that respect. Very sweet with notes of Demerara sugar. White chocolate. Some exotic fruits (pineapple, guava). A bit of sourish oak polish. Less complex than an old malt whisky, but very good as a grain.
Mouth: completely in line. Coconut cream, vanilla. Kind of a malibu drink without the stickiness. Rather gentle.
Finish: short and light with a very faint hint of perfume.
A typical old Invergordon, very enjoyable albeit a bit too mellow and mono-dimensional.
Notes supplied by Ruben of WhiskyNotes.be
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oyable albeit a bit too mellow and mono-dimensional.