After being for a walk along Hove seafront in the tail end of Eunice, we came home feeling exhilarated and cold. Which seemed like a perfect time to try our next whisky. This was a 10 year aged Glencadam. According to the tasting notes:

Its nose is

Grassy freshness + citrus tones with hints of spicy oak

Its palate is

Clean, crisp citrus tones. A harmony between natural sweetness and soft spicy oak.

And its finish is

Long and soothing

It got a thumbs up from both of us and is fighting with the Mackmyra for the top spot. (We have left a small amount in each bottle for a final comparison when we get there.)