I'm typing on a medium old refill sherry keg. A beautifully made whisky, very tasty, with the amount of acidity but nothing for every day. Special depth is not found.
Notes from a blind tasting.
OK, a sherry finish and young. Unexpected but already fits. Does Teaninich work with peat? Dunnage it can hardly have been, at the age ...
Dark fruit, a little sweat and a barrel make the beginning. After a short time, overripe yellow fruits are added. After standing Fertile. More restrained than at the beginning. It could also be a few ppm smoke, but I'm not sure.
With heat, the nose is stronger, more acid, noble fruit vinegar. I no longer have the feeling of smoke.
Mild in the start, before then but a clear sharpness sets in the back. Light honey, again yellow fruit with a clear acidity and strong oak at the back.
In the coffee departure, the acidity goes slowly, leaving behind a light bread and now I'm not sure if there is not an idea smoke. He warms up vigorously. Overall, the finish is medium.