I just don't know if the amount of the respective shares was given to me (sorry if that is the case and I forgot it again) but I definitely bet on a higher Laga share than on Port Charlotte, the nose immediately said "jepp, he can do the Laga do not deny "
The nose is so fantastic that it is not surprising that the palate cannot quite keep up.
All in all a very, very great malt, thank you Lacki for letting me share your project.
The nose starts with an enormous amount of fruit in the form of cherries, raspberries, blackberries and the grapes, green and red, are very present.
Add to that licorice, almonds or marzipan, a little salted liquorice and basil as well as light mint.
The nose is accompanied by a beautiful acidity, which fits perfectly into the overall picture with the equally clear but not too intrusive smoke.
A really great, especially harmonious nose that is a lot of fun.
After the beguiling nose, I was hoping that the full broadside will come now, but here it stays a bit covered.
Lots of grapes, ashy campfire smoke, significantly more spicy / herbal than the nose.
The oak now flashes with a nice dryness and rounds everything off.
It remains a nice, dry, fruity, smoky note, in my opinion, medium length.