Jim Murray reviewed a June 2010 batch for his Whisky Bible 2011 and scored it
a highly impressive 90.5 points.
Jim's Tasting notes:
Nose (23 points) huge oak : pungent and salty with a soup on
of peat; lightly molassed with a more telling imprint of maple syrup;
Taste (23 points) dense delivery: the wood is amongst the
leaders, as is pithy orange. But giant waves of malt break over the taste buds
to claim control; the extra complexity is completed with busy spice;
Finish (22.5 points) toffee fudge and raisin; Body (22
points) some judicious has been carried out here in the Robert Graham
shop. Amazing for a living cask that I detect no major sulphur faultlines.