He leased the nose from Collectivum XXVIII but not so floral. More exotic and not as strikingly smoky on the nose as the Green Label. For those who are patient and play with water, it even has complex notes to offer. This nose takes time and you will be rewarded for it. Because so he can still stand up to the 15er. I'm excited. A tropical, delicate, minimally smoky orange nose.
Full and full of volume, it conquers every corner of the mouth. Salivating, it demands full attention with its tingling but delicate woody spiciness. But hello, things are really going on here for a blend. Who drives with will be rewarded! The full orange biscuit baking program with lots of berry-sweet elements. The transition becomes drier but very stable and smoky sweet with a texture that doesn't lose its balance.
Tends to be long and warm without slacking off. A great experience for a blend. Without missing grades, it makes an impression and keeps you awake until the end. The quality is flawless and, with the greatest care, stable until the end. A respectful praise to the master blender, because I did not expect this finish. Only the grain announces itself at the end without being disturbing. The "malt share" must be very high here, that is certain and for that the requested issue price between 50-60 € is an excellent PLV. Thanks to John Walker & Sons for this great gift to their loyal customers for their 200th anniversary.
PS. Thought: The Collectivum XXVIII costs three times as much;))