I think nose is cool. Almost a little sour, citrus note towards grapefruit with a really nice pear, tangerine if it is not really ripe with these white fibers. 51.8% hardly noticeable. A few drops of water help the nose noticeably Then it gets fresh and herbal, parsley. It may sound crazy, but parsley picked in the garden and pressed on.
Taste / finish: short sweet, again pear, strong but also here, I'm not the big cask drinker, you can tell the alcohol, but not unpleasant. Then he makes a U-turn on the highway and gets really dry, pats on the cheeks with nice nuttiness, maybe walnut. Strong black tea.
2. Sip with a few drops of water make it almost easy to drink. Neat wood comes after all. Then it becomes woody, nutty, dry again and all that remains is this grapefruit note, which sets the counterpoint slightly acidic.
I bought it for about 50 EUR back then. A whisky that stands for itself without being world class now. But I'm more than happy to have a bottle in my closet. Something different.