The malt is warm and strong, and in this regard it differs from the somewhat smoother Glenfiddich. Still, ice is not recommended. If you must, add only one cube and then let the drink air for a while. It will kill off much of the aroma and spice, but you will still taste the dry nut and fullness of its texture.
After spending an evening with this malt, I couldn't help but wish that it came with a stronger ABV content.
rich, full fruit, summer
notes of toast and fruit, dry spice