CAOL ILA 8yo / 59.8% "Unpeated Style"
Strong but fresh scent coming from alcohol
The aroma of grass and herbs, apples and faint bananas, vanilla and toast from bourbon casks.
Feeling fruit and herbs feel strong acidity, gentle sweetness and salty bitter taste without disgust.
Although feeling the strength of the power, it is a smooth and somewhat oily body.
A well-balanced finish with good acidity and bitterness.
This is pretty favorable malt. Taste with condensation.
Moderate peety in Islay is pleasant, the best taste for feeling mint and herb is Calila.
(Of course I like Ardbeg and Lafroyig, which are close to the counter electrode, but ...)
Excellent compatibility with Calila without Pete firing, First fill fill bow cask finish.
Well, Bourbon, Old Common Wells and Henry McKenna (Tennessee Whisky)? I feel the taste to make me think
It is a satisfactory taste that the malt flavor was condensed. http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/distilled1973/30471519.html