Colour: full gold. Nose: Touches of camphor, cough medicine, rhubarb pie, then the expected honeyed oranges, baklavas, roasted nuts, toasted oak and all that. Mouth: it’s certainly good, and certainly very Glenlivet, with this honeyed maltiness and all these overripe apples and pastries. Good body, good nuts (roasted) and good marmalade. Ultra classic malt whisky. Finish: good length.