This is a 10 year Glenlossie that was bottled at 46% ABV.
Nose: Briny and doughy malt with yeast, lemon, and dried herbs.
Palate: Slightly doughy with some salt, herbs, subtle oak, and a dash of pepper.
Finish: Dry oak and herbal notes remain for a bit.
Rating: 83/100 – Quite a simple dram, but the notes that are there are nice. Would be nice to have some fruits to add a bit more complexity.
Value for the money: I believe I paid around 80-90 for this or so, and I don’t think I’d buy again at the same price.