Initially this is loaded with a lot of alcohol. It desperately needs water to get to it’s full potential. At the first sniff I got a kind of candystore experience. It’s extremely sweet and also quite some sourness. Later on, when a big amount of water has been added, it turns into a lot of sweet&sour fruits. I get a lot of apple. Sour green and sweet red apples. Along with that comes white grapes, pickles, a whiff of coconut and fresh oak.
On the initial taste it is to much alcohol to take in. This one needs to be watered down to approximately 40-43% before it’s possible to get flavors out of it. That’s not a problem, it’s fun to try and gain acces to the palate. It turns out soft, sweet and rather spirity. You can tell by the development of flavors that it’s not matured very long. Apple, lemongrass and pomelo. Quite some pepper and some mild spices are present as well. It’s a t rather straight forward whisky.
The finish is rather short and orientated on the more sour part of fruits and spiced/herbal influences.
I think this expression at CS could give a good insight of the Wolfburn character. Don’t have enough experience with this distillery to say that it is.