"Tangerine fruitiness is the hand-crafted Glen Elgin's 'signature', born of long and precise fermentation. An easily accessible single malt with Speyside fruit and sweetness. Appearance: Full gold. Nose: Sweet. Almonds, or maybe marzipan? Some orange juice. Perhaps a trace of sawn wood. With water, Speyside esters, nut oil and buttery fat, prawn crackers, traces of fresh pears; a whiff of smoke or steam; dense. Body: Smooth, medium. Palate: Pleasant mouthfeel; sweetish, then dryish, with some acidity between; all well balanced. Finish: Dryish, balanced finish ."