All the Glen Elgin 1975 I’ve had before were good, some even excellent.
In case you want to compare, check these similar releases.
Glen Elgin 35 yo 1975
(46,1%, Whisky-Fässle 2010, bourbon cask)
Nose: fruity in an “unripe” way, with a certain dryness to it. Fresh citrus, apricots and lime with soft waxy notes. A little leather. Some mineral notes as well. Delicate vanilla. Hints of mint and heather. After a while, it becomes quite aromatic and floral. White flowers, jasmin maybe?
Mouth: fresh, citrusy and rather dry with a nice oaky touch. Pear, orange, passion fruits. Delicate ginger and herbal notes. Some liquorice towards the end.
Finish: medium length, with oranges and citrus tea.
Quite similar to the 1975 bottled by Whisky Agency, which is not a bad reference of course. Around € 160. Available from Whisky-Fässle in Germany.