Cardhu caused a furore some years back with the release of their Cardhu Pure Malt, confusing the consumers who didnít know whether it was a single malt or a vatted malt (it wa s the latter). No confusion with this one, though. This is a beautifully light and sweet fruitfest that has been tantalisingly hard to find in the UK of late because of its popularity in Spain.
The Whisky Tasting Club Notes:
Nose: Arguably the finest Speysider of them all, and certainly a perfect example of the regional style. There's fresh rosy apple here, assorted fruits and fresh sweetness.
Palate: The taste of a clean and sunny day, with orchard fruits, vanilla, honey blossom and enough oak to give proceedings a puckering richness.
Finish: Medium, fresh and fruity.
Retails for around £35