Glen Moray speyside whisky.
£18 for a single malt isn't bad compared to some of the price on better blended whiskies. It's a pretty good starter malt if you want to get into them without spending a ton.
A Glen Moray Elgin Classic, slowly matured in traditional oak casks. Elgin Classic << The younger malty flavours of butterscotch and lemongrass are allowed to shine in this wonderfully light whisky >>. Glen Moray Master Distiller Colour: Light gold. Nose: At full strength, the aroma is fragrant and lightly drying with warming malty notes. The first impression is of butterscotch and shortbread with fresh herbal / grassy notes. Lemon curd and meringue are discovered in the background. Taste: The mouthfeel is lightly spiced with a warming and gently mouth watering effect. Malty toffee sweetness is present throughout with blackcurrants and a fragrant citrus lemongrass tang. Finish: Shortbread, fresh herbal notes (lemongrass) and the sweet spiciness of ginger marmalade.