Conclusion: The distillery did everything right, a really great whisky, which can also score with its contrast of nose and taste, plus the velvety, buttery finish - brilliant. If you want to criticize something, then maybe the somewhat strong influence of wood, but only when nosing, and maybe the lack of strength. But that is whining at a very high level. And it is also dangerously good to sip away.
Intense honey sweetness, a good portion of oak shavings, tropical fruits (passion fruit), coconut cream, vanilla, apples and fresh apricot peel, the alcohol is well integrated, overall very well balanced
very soft and creamy, mouth filling, lots of light fruits and a little butter, the wood is more restrained here than in the nose and supports the malt with light spicy notes
medium to long, very soft, balanced, again the butter association, blossom honey, fruity, vanilla and only very subtle wood notes, some ginger on the back, but without any spiciness and linden blossom honey