Conclusion: And again a hammer painting from 1986, with a long maturation period and good refill Casks are the really good whisky, the younger of this vintage, I find so interesting, but no top-malts. This trumps especially with rather for the distillery unusually floral notes, I like it very well - 92 points
surprisingly floral notes, in addition to the well-known tropical fruits (papaya and passion fruit, less the typical mango from the distillates of the 70s) slightly slightly sour pineapple, citrus aromas (lemon abrasion and grapefruit), also a very interesting kräutrig-spicy note (oak note) is added , along with the floral notes, actually reminds a bit of yellow broom. The alcohol is good, but not perfectly integrated and adds some white pepper. But if you keep it longer in the glass, it calms down more and more, and it comes to a nice sweetness that makes me think of meadow honey.
beautiful approach with great mouthfeel, amazing dark sweetness, tropical fruits, floral, light vanilla note, also here you can see the pepper of the alcohol and the oak
Q: the finish is very long and pleasant, here again the floral notes are noticeably more noticeable, now the grapefruit is stronger and behind it comes the oak, which never becomes too strong or dominating and definitely not bitter