FAT. Leather, coffee, cocoa, a touch of refreshing menthol, dusty, slightly sour, sherry at it's best. Old Herrenzimmer, filled with spicy tobacco smell. Gorgeous! Zero alcohol, no stinging, no miss notes. For me, a typical, old Macallan from a paxarettgepimpten sherry barrel.
Oha. Bitter-sweet, he spits on the tongue. Slightly sour. Mocha, espresso, old. Very, very soft. Spicy, becoming increasingly bitter. The 50 years in the barrel are tasty, but on the good side. Dark Toffee, Werther's Real. Men's chocolate and always coffee. Wow. Rum pot, topped with dark fruits, mainly plums. What a board.
Soft and eternal. After 30 minutes you chew on the stuff. Always sweeter. Fermented fruits. It comes to the desire for a real coffee to get this plum jam from the mouth.
An exceptional draft in the unmanageable whisky sea. The 50 years have let him mature to a special painting. No malt for every day and certainly not a malt for everyone. But so good for me that I had to have a bottle of it. Macallan? In the smell in any case. Tasty maybe, maybe not. Glenfarclas? Maybe that too. Anyway, in any case, a great malt.