N- A young one at a potent 60.6%, first nosing reminded me of the range of Class Laddie's Cask Components bottling. Direct, raw with sweet oak and meaty fragrance. Sour heather honey leads to malt barn, then to wood shaves and paper stacks. With maritime and mineral following closely behind the fore notes that softened down the hefty strength. Aired reveals the drifts of fishy oil notes, more coastal, and some musky oak. (87/21)
P- Sweetie honey landed over phenolic oak nuances. Sour fruits, hay-ish grassy, peppery, and spicy, timely honey on the return for a great mouthfeel. (88/22)
F- Long, gingery, bright with lingers waxy coat. (87/21)
B/B- 88/22 Oak driven, but nice and tasty.
Weighted Rate- 86pt