Conclusion: Glen Moray and wine finish fit almost always, the whisky confirms this impressively. Yes, he is not very complex. even the young age is palpable. But he would not have been allowed to stay in the barrel longer with the already large tannin load of the oak. Overall, a great and interesting whisky.
Raspberry, redcurrants and lemon, slightly tingling (almost like Ahoi effervescent), barley / grain / hay, maple syrup, behind the earthy mineral aromas of the Brennereicharakters, the oak is also noticeable
first decent fruit flavors, then it goes off right in the mouth, especially the here sparkling acting alcohol and the oak flavors (nutmeg, clove, sawdust) set the tone here, plus a sugary sweetness
medium long, the oak dominates here as well, behind it it gets very dry, plus some subtle wild strawberries, barley, honey sweetness