Let's start by viewing the whisky. A nice deep I would almost say coppery color. And 45.8% alcohol.
Let's see what scents we can get out of it.
What strikes me first is how sweet this whisky smells. Clearly sweet fruits such as an apple and pear are present. Maybe even a caramelized apple.
Furthermore, a subtle touch of smoke. No peat bomb. For the rest, I find it quite closed and I don't get much out of it.
Time for the first sip.
First sweet fruits, apple, pear and peach come to mind first. honey, caramel and then the peat, smoke and a pepper.
Sip 2 and roll some more with the whisky through the mouth that salty really comes up.
This whisky really develops in your mouth. Starting with soft and sweet and then closing strong and spicy.
This really gives you a taste of everything.
The aftertaste is warming by pepper and is medium long I would say.
The aftertaste starts quite powerful with a lot of pepper and smoke and then decreases fairly quickly to a more comfortable aftertaste.