Nose: Powerful and elegant Shirley, cherries, cherries, lemon, acidity make it still very vibrant. It's still rich outside of Shirley, minerals, earth, spices, toasted oak bars, chocolate syrup. The expressiveness is a bit lost (but it may be a problem with the body condition), the balance is perfect, and the aromas come and go. I added three drops of water to 15ml of wine, which released more fruit, orange, plum, and anger. It's a pity that I can't find too many Taliskers.
Drink: The taste is very special, it is sticky and oily, and then the taste molecules spread out in the mouth. The aroma of sauce, chocolate, fresh sherry, the end rhyme is very long, cherries, sour strawberries, mulberries, puree, and continue to make you salivate.
Overall: The smell of this berry fruit reminds me of Longmorn in 1965, but it is more complex, more exciting, and more showy. After drinking 60's Clynelish and 50's Highlang park, I still want to say that, this special taste can be described as amazing. It's like acting in your mouth. Very good experience, I still hope to drink this bottle in a better condition.