My first choice is Glenfarclas' single malt whisky (10 year old), it has a vibrant straw gold colour, with tempting sherry malty tones combined with a delicate smokiness, later releasing subtle spices. Warming the glass reveals honey, vanilla and pear drops.
It's overall flavour is delicately light, with a mouth watering combination of malt tones, smokiness and sherry sweetness. Hints of dried fruit, vanilla, cinnamon and cloves tempt the taste buds further. Lastly, we are left with a smooth finish with lingering flavours.
I personally feel this dram to have a depth which you would normally find with a much older dram. It has an excellent aperitif and sweet tones.