Speyburn 10 yo 40%vol
Room temperature when tasting: 25℃
Eyes: light gold smelling fragrance. Nose: strong sense of alcohol, cream, nuts, fat sense, butter biscuits, new wine brings plant-like cleanliness, indoor freshener, wooden barrel taste Palate: bitter and spicy, inferior cosmetics, a little The shadow of the grain whisky, a bit of black smoke, wood, and wheat husk. Finish: Medium and short, bitter body. Body: Light, fat.
Overall: Actually, this smell is quite good. Although it is relatively thin, it has a good sense of coordination. As a result, I almost died on the spot when I entered. The bitterness is too heavy. Basically, I can taste nothing but bitterness.