I estimate alcohol content to 43%.
Notes from a blind online chat tasting.
That was supposed to be a Lowlander? And I really thought it couldn't be a Scotsman. Hampden rum wet finish. Actually, it was probably already over. Bladnoch is a double-edged sword, already had two, I found them more than underground, but they weren't boring either.
Immediately after pouring out, like a brandy, brandy-like acid, heavily oak-heavy.
After standing for a while, the impression in the first breath intensifies, Esther charge as with Jamaican rum. In principle, it stays that way, apart from the supernaturally strong fruit aromas, I actually find nothing. A little caramel with a lot of imagination. Lactic acid is added when it is warmed, and the level of aromas generally declines. Now I find strawberry chewing candies and brandy beans.
Very dry at first, before a brute fruit acid spreads, which is later replaced by light honey sweetness and a pleasant oakiness. Then the alcohol comes into play, first white pepper, then some menthol. In the second sip also licorice in the second third, again a little acid on it.
It warms up properly, becomes ever sweeter and more pleasant on the tongue and lasts for medium to long.