Another bottle end:
Cadenhead's Glenivet 30yo 1976 57.1% sherry butt
Nose: Black coffee and a basket of tropical fruit. Light chocolate powder, pineapple, guava, pear and sandalwood. Pears in chocolate custard. Creme caramel and dark bitter oranges. A super clean sherry cask. A few drops of water lifts the fruit and turns it into apricot jam and orange marmalade. Strawberry jam too.
Taste: Chocolate and coffee explosion. Dark Oxford marmalade with heaps of cocoa powder and coffee mixed in. A couple of drops of water turns it into pure milk chocolate. Yummy.
Finish: Sizzling bitter oranges heavily seasoned with caramelised sugar. Lot's of oak influence, dry and softly spicy. Water makes it drier, but brings cinnamon sugar and a host of warm spices.
Comments: Top drawer whisky. It really can take water and its fun to play with.
Sadly I do not have another of these