Very mild and almost a blend, but pleasing to the crowd. Certainly not bad. For the money there are better things, but a lot more bad things.
Quite interesting and also something for those who want to go in the direction of a distillery character. An all day dram for autumn.
Would more percent have done him good? Perhaps. But I think he should be like that with 40%.
Fermented grapes. One is reminded of the grape harvest. A whisky for a golden autumn? The color and the nose are definitely right.
But overall rather flat. A little caramel, a little cinnamon, but the grapes dominate. Some fermented fruit in the form of apples and pears. The typical smell when you first come to a distillery. Exactly the same smell.
The apples are clearer and more like sour apple rings from Trolli.
Not very complex and no real depth either. But the aromas that are there are clear and remind you of whisky and the distillation of it. I like it.
Vanilla and caramel as well as wood are evident.
The sour apple rings go back a little. A sweet one remains.
The nose is confirmed, but without the grapes.
Light and mild, very little spice and even less depth. Almost in the direction of blend. The slightly fermented fruits remain.
Also here rather mild and short, whereby the sweetness disappears a bit and it becomes drier, which I don't really like. Also wood and a little bit of raisins.