Nose: Whisky closed, let it breathe. Then vanilla, blackberry, wet boards, drug collection, a little deeper cigarette smoke, ash, burning spruce, smoke from a ping pong ball, iodine, seaweed in the sun. In the depths of the glass, an ashtray full of cigarette butts into which water splashed.
With water rubber, burnt metal, oiled floorboards in the garage, dusty road.
Taste: watery, bitter, ashes, embers, dust, stone chips, iodine, green bark.
Finish: medium, bitter pills, charcoal, cigarette smoke, sour apple.
Conclusions: Aroma is the strongest part of whisky, I even wanted to smoke a cigarette. The taste does not reach the aroma, and the finish is even more inexpressive. But compared to uggs and corry whiskys are more balanced, smoothed. Still, age makes itself felt. Of course, the fortress is not enough, if it is 52 or higher, I would buy myself another one.