Year information Vintage/Bottled: 1996/2017.
Casktype: American Oak Hogshead.
Alcohol by volume: 52.3%.
View color Eyes: coffee color.
Nose: Although the color is darker, the smell is not strong. Some coconuts and caramel express the identity of American oak barrels, and then turn to fruity aromas such as orange, mango, and lychee that have nothing to do with this kind of color, as well as layered cinnamon and wood chips.
Taste Palate: The first taste is sweeter, with pine nut rice dumplings. The middle section resembles high-age Irish single malt grapefruit, lychee, and passion fruit bursting out suddenly, and cloves are finished.
Yu Yun Finish: Medium length. Passionflower, cinnamon, cloves.
Body: Thick and chewy, struggling between the jelly body of cognac and the strong tannin body of whisky, without any alcohol irritation.
Summary: It seems to be a combination of Teeling 1991 Cask #6838 and the first edition of Midleton Dair Ghaelach. The sweetness of American oak barrels is incorporated into the rich, strong-bodied juice, and the flavors of the two are both. If this is the case, then there is hope in this wall.