Ah yes, it’s just my style. It’s old school, which is to say - it hasn’t been finished in something. It’s naked whisky, the way Mother Nature intended. It’s very malty. Citrus cakes, barley sugars, green teas. A great sense of distillate and balance... I know why I bought a bottle
Lemon pound cake, thick malty aromas, barley sugars, a clean sense of the wort. Vanilla bean, tapioca. Pine needles and green tea. Against the consensus here, I think this is really nice distillate driven whisky. It’s very malty, and I love that.
Lemon cake, vanilla ice cream, orange cream. It’s very creamy, very citrusy and malty. Orange sherbet. Great mouthfeel. Nothing crazy, but I like that it hasn’t been blasted by sherry or something. Au natural.
barley sugars, citrus cakes, tapioca, vanilla. More orange sherbet. Green tea. Malty and thick. Not going to blast your palate but I really enjoy the thick and rich flavours.