Too bad that the alcohol in the beginning in the nose has something disturbing, in the mouth knows the whisky to please, even if it is not very complex. Very good to drink, although nothing extraordinary, but especially in the second sip very tasty. The whisky wins enormously, if you give it time in the glass.
It starts with a slight, sharp alcohol, followed by vanilla. Then immediately comes malt and lemon, a bit further in the background apple, the alcohol note is weaker. Some breathing is good for the whisky.
A very soft body and the slight alcohol in the nose, the start is surprisingly gentle, slightly astringent, sulfur notes, otherwise dominate vanilla and malt, hardly oak, the citrus notes are missing. In the second sip he gets much better, sweeter, the vanilla comes out stronger, everything gets rounder.
A quiet gentle finish, a little oak, cereals, a touch of grapefruit, not very long