The sample was tested blindly - without reference to the price, there were only initial data that 90 bottles of this specimen
Color - initially in the photo from Andrew in the subject, I was delighted with the bourbon restraint because of the very pale color (for myself, I had already decided that this is MY), but when I received the scales, I saw that the color was not so pale (apparently the sun was good illuminated) and everything is possible in our kingdom, a sherry refill or a combination of bourbon + any wine is more than possible, although still the bourbon of the first pouring also gives a similar color :)
Balance - 90
Total came out on confident 89, well, maybe a little more on a half point
The fortress is tested from a blender glass, it is very good at it to make the first approach along the fortress (barrel-sky), freshly declared itself powerful enough and confidently - it means barrel. Subsequently, after a little standing and breathing, the nose was not so aggressive and it was possible to conclude that a moderate barrel fortress was 50-53%, which was confirmed during testing - it was very comfortable to drink.
Age - in the aroma and taste of whisky played and felt that he should be at least an adult
Total - thoughts came to Ben Nevis, but after starting to study the given technical parameters, the WB went to a specific Bunn, which most suited TK.
On the money - let it be 400 UAH, but the question itself is not quite right, because whisky which only came out has the most honest price, and when a lot of positive reviews appear, it starts to grow in price, and if it is also a release that is collectible, then in general there is no point in discussing the price.
quite dense, on the first nose honey and honeycomb, a little plum, some kind of sugacity like a sherbet, with time the plum becomes bigger and at the end apricot is a little showing up, everything is pretty good playing and poured. At the same time, there is a certain core and character that smoothly leads to the thought of Highland, which the overwhelming majority of whisky from Speyside do not have.
already much less fruit, but a lot of minerals and salt, a little raw cardboard and wood, an industrial theme, but for some reason the taste does not seem so assertive as aroma.
average duration, again salt and minerals, I would like more