Notes from a blind tasting.
OK, considering the three years it is quite sensational and it is not really a Speysider either. I shared the dream to dram, which is out of proportion to this one. If the Dream to Dram collapsed after a few moments and actually only left New Make notes, this one pretends to be growing up. So definitely, the distillery has potential!
Dark yellow fruits, somewhat fermented, right after pouring. With some toffee. Peach, changes and then goes more towards slightly fermented pear with a splash of lemon.
Very hot and powerful in the beginning, burns slightly, but the mouthfeel is rather watery, slightly sweet, dries a little at the back.
Medium-long finish, dries further. Slight bitterness and distant acidity in the second sip.