Type: Single Malt
Score: 92 points
This Speyside single malt was distilled at an unnamed distillery in March of 1988, but the name “Blairfindy” is an early name for the farm where the distillery is located today if you’re looking for a clue.
The nose is fruity with peaches, apples, hints of plums and figs, and touches of ginger and oak. The taste has a good cinnamon spice with tart citrusy notes of grapefruit and orange peel, hints of peaches and apricots, and a touch of ginger. The finish is dry, sweet, tart, and lingering. (April, 2014)