Malts from this Speyside distillery used to be only seen in independent bottlings, but in 2014, it started to release its own core range. The distillery sits at the confluenece of the Fiddich and Spey rivers, and does not conform to tradition, so don't expect the usual Speyside style. A big fruity nose of apples and some tropical fruits. Sweet and fruity aromas also detectable. The palate is big and oily with charred fruits and BBQ smoke. The finish is smoky but with lingering notes of sweet biscuits and apples.