Nose: ui, that's difficult. Sour red wine, the sweetness of the port does not get through at all, but very oak-accented. The red fruits look very artificial and are most reminiscent of rhubarb compote, even the very young age you notice the malt clearly, he is sprightly and unbalanced, a lot of white pepper. In the background, some pineapple and caramel fight through again and again
Taste: a very strong, alcoholic start with the white pepper. But then there is some sweetness from the Portfass, also caramel, vanilla and a decent portion of wood is added
Finish: it's gone very fast, a very short finish. The aromas of the taste with pepper, red fruits and caramel, and vanilla with oak are repeated
with water: water is quite good, amazingly it does not break down like many other young whisky, the peppery pungency disappears.
Conclusion: Not the big litter, too young and a port wine barrel that reminds rather of sour red wine. Anyone who likes artificial notes and above all rhubarb will love the malt here ... not 77 points