Re: Clynelish Canada
The Clynelish 14yo was one of my first Single Malts since it is easily available here. While I can see some similarities to Oban and Talisker, only in the fact that those two are unique to themselves. Clynelish is hard to fit in a pocket, so to speak. It has elements of all of Scotland, IMHO. Some fruity Speyside notes, some Coastal Highland salt and minerals, some subtle Islay peat with a hint of smoke and some grassy Lowland tartness. It can also be moody in that sometimes I love it and some days it's not what I want. Definitely worth a try, which reminds me I haven't had that one open for awhile. Working on a Signatory 1993 Clynelish now that is different but still recognizable.