So the first single malt ... yes the youth is still clearly noticeable but is not bad either. The 45% are already integrated very harmoniously. Oak and wort predominate, but really convincing for 3 years. Has a lot of potential if it will mature for a longer time. With a realistic view and without inflation and taking into account the price (i.e. at 80 points are really mature, high-quality whisky and it is still far from it), in my opinion ratings over 70 are not understandable, but ok everyone as he would like.
Oak, yellow fruits, apricot (fruit note, however, only very subtle), green apple, youth clearly recognizable
strong but not unpleasant start, spice, oak, the fruit aromas in the smell are unfortunately hardly present, only very minimally pronounced
medium-long, soft, pleasant finish; medium-long spicy aftertaste