Completely unpeated (unusual in the highlands), this Glengoyne is soft, fruity and very quaffable. A fine single malt! Toffee apples, a little acacia honey, nectarine in syrup and spice, supported by toasted barley in the background. Over-ripe grapes, honeyed with hints of vanilla, coconut milk and oak spice. Light touches of chocolate ice-cream. Long, oily finish with lingering coffee notes.