Just had a sample but liked it very much. Nice summer dram
The nose is sweet lemon drizzle cake , limoncelo, tropical fruits ( Ripe pineapple, papaya ) and the oak is very well behaved, vanilla pods, whiff of dunnage warehouses
The palate is soft but full, interesting and bright on artisan lemonade, and ripe and lush tropical fruits side, the oak behaves like component and isnt overpowering but adds nice soft spice. Soft and dusty the age reveals itself here.
creamy lemon a little grassy on mint woody, caramel again with vanilla and dried pulp a little waxy, a bit like the putty with which we played before! intense nose.
exquisite fruity sweetness! cooked fruits, on exotic sweet fruits, a few herbs, the caramel again, a velvety! the custard with vanilla, a little acidity, then bitterness at once a little brittle! honey comes with dried, fragrant herbs and their stems full of dried earth. a little leather too, bringing back the sensation. the spices are not noticed.
vanilla, lemon drowned in cream, soaked wood and another drier. average final to long enough, changing.
Here, too, I like the whisky better at home than at the tasting. One of the better littlemill I've tried so far. Very smooth in the mouth, thoroughly tasty and without misnotes.
starts very nicely, creamy, light, vanilla, floral, grassy, definitely sweet, with honey, a slight acidic orange note is above everything, or rather grapefruit, a little malt, a hint of coconut, yoghurt, cereals, I have to try the Bircher muesli again
creamy, sweet, here too bluish, grassy, yellow fruit, honey, vanilla, which dominates the floral, and the sweetness, very pleasing, then again the tart grapefruit, but only as an undertone, then also coconut, now not super intense, but optimal to drink
creamy, lots of vanilla, tart, dry, floral, sweetness only on the palate