Also sweet and sour in taste.
Would have expected more sweetness and less acidity from the PX; Before that, it was probably lying in a port cask for longer than in the PX - only the last barrel has to be specified. For me it feels like a typical summer whisky: fruity-sweet with a dash of acidity.
Mmh, not bad if you like the combination "sweet and sour"; but is certainly not to everyone's taste; Tip: get a sample first. Around 70 euros is an announcement ... Linkwood or not.
[85 - 81 = delicious -> get a second bottle if price is within the range]
In addition to light fruits of sweet apricot and apple, there is also a sour note of fresh strawberry.
With enough time to breathe, something floral and herbaceous in the background.
Some honey and caramel.
sweet and sour in taste. The wort is there, but it also disappears again quite quickly. For me it is more like a rosé ... (in terms of acidity). At this point, I'm guessing more of a port influence. The PX finish doesn't really come through at this point.
Second sip: fruity, again sweetness and at the same time sour moment.
Forest honey appears on the palate, some spice remains, the fruity component visibly fades away.
Will be drier at the back, but without completely drying everything on the palate - there may come. most likely the PX through.