Even cheaper than the last couple of deals.
Nose: The signature honey aroma is still there and intact but a subtle smokiness appears to have developed adding extra depth.
Palate: Busy delivery with the mildly waxy barley having much to say: spice prickle early on followed by some early chocolate toffee.
Finish: Luxuriant mouthfeel, the honey now tends towards the honeycomb variety and the canadian, but still plenty of toffee which hushes proceedings.
(Tasting Notes by Jim Murray, Whisky Bible.)