It's very light (no surprise), fruity and - with a drop of water - surprisingly smooth. After the first dram or two it becomes a bit bland but is pleasant in an unexceptional way.
I can't think of a malt to compare it with, so maybe it's distinctive in its own way.
Cadenhead's Cask strength 11 yr old is very good as well.
Hedonism is a gem.
North British is also excellent. I've had a cask strength version which I think was from Cadenhead's though I can't remember how old it was.
Port Dundas was bloody awful.
It was a long time since I've had these whiskies so I can't be more specific about their flavours.
Cadenhead's is a good source of single grain whiskies; they usually have a few different bottlings in stock.
I recently had the chance to taste Hedonism, since untill now, there was no importer in the Netherlands.
All I could say was....well nothing, because I couldn't believe what I was tasting!
This really is a great creation and made me understand that the Award for John Glaser is really well deserved!
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