The orange tannin in the Premium Snifter shines orange and slightly dim, and the streaks sticking to the glass wall dissolve many long and viscous drops. Slightly musty and decayed fruit notes dominate the first impression, dark and heavy berry flavor sticks in the glass, velvety vineyard peaches and sweet sugar slowly rise. The nose is intertwined and difficult to open, gradually showing vanilla, caramelized sugar and sweeter red berries. Currants and hints of sweet cherries end in deep black blackberries and black currants. The nose is fruity and fresh at the same time, at the same time dignified and heavy ... The salivation is stimulated, long story short: I want to finally taste the Auchentoshan!
Clear and fruity harsh, the first sip flows through the mouth. Burnt sugar and a hint of cinnamon immediately stimulate the salivation, toasted aromas and velvety peaches combine with creamy caramel and an indefinable spice note. Slowly, the alcohol is noticeable and leaves a slight tingling and prickling on the tongue. The salivation is stimulated again, creamy and velvety stick the dark and voluminous fruit flavors on the palate. Another sip is marked by extreme creaminess and dark fruit bouquet, my salivation is almost unrestrained while pleasant sharpness between tongue and palate sticks. Cherries, redcurrants, blackberries, caramel, dates, stick tasty on the palate, creamy and intense make hazelnuts and walnuts noticeable. The taste is incredibly complex and complex.
Long and complex.