comes clean and clear: natural malt, pleasantly nutty, some vanilla, delicate bitterness. You can enjoy it with your nose.
And now the elegant bitterness floats a little stronger, citrus fruits, all framed by fine spices.
Everything is now pleasantly filling the palate, now also enriched with a little honey.
But matured in well-chosen casks for just over seven years; a rather unknown distillery once did not spoil the fine fabric.
The flake-like floating particles of unknown provenance on the bottom of the bottle were a bit disturbing, at least in my bottle.