He suggested this Miltonduff 1999 in the Single Malts of Scotland series, so I got curious and had to have a look.
Miltonduff 20 yo 1999 (52,2%, Single Malts of Scotland 2019, bourbon hogshead #5014, 236 btl.)
Nose: a youtful profile with bright fruits (juicy pears, peach, orange candy) and subtle floral / herbal notes. Touches of bananas. Sweet barley. Vanilla biscuits. A wee hint of bubble gum in the background. Enjoyable. Mouth: creamy, with sweet yellow fruits (bananas, peaches, greengages), later also grapefruit and lemon zest. Growing hints of imoncello. Sunflower oil. Some green and bitter notes too. Almost a hoppy note even. Finish: medium, zesty, with green tea, cereal notes and a bit of mint.
Quite a light, youngish profile on the nose, and a slightly austere Lowlands style on the palate. Really spirit-driven, not often seen these days but maybe not totally my style. Not available any more, but a sister cask was bottled as a 20th Anniversary bottling.