strong, but can even take a few drops, then make it more pleasing. Without water: impetuous, with rough edges.
Personally, I think it's better with a few drops of water.
Anyone who shot it for about € 120, yes, good, that's really good for that. Beyond the 130 mark - mmh, you might get a sample somewhere first.
[90 - 86 = extremely tasty ... but look at the prize]
dark sherry flavors with dried raisins, plums, dates. A few light fruits (fresh apricot, ripe apple) give the malt a certain freshness.
If you search long enough, you will also find a red-grape note from the Amarone finish with a reduced acidic touch.
Sweetness of heather honey and a little caramel.
In the background the typical HP heather smoke.
After a while, spicy components of nutmeg and cloves are added, and there is also an association with old wood and leather sofas.
Some nut flavors (hazelnut, almonds, a bit of walnut with fantasy) still appear, but tend to remain in the background.
The 53.6% have a tingling sensation in their noses now and then, with the alcohol itself being well integrated.
With water: fruity, sweet (brown sugar / muscovado), more heather
Spice immediately pushes the tongue vigorously ... hui, you notice the 53, .. percent.
Dark fruits and dark chocolate have a slightly tart note. Heather is present in the oral cavity.
It can take a few drops of water.
With water: softer, more pleasing, creamier, enough flavor. Oak, dark fruits, slight sweetness, some nut aromas (hazelnut).
dark fruits stay together with a spice. Some oak, herbs, nut flavors ... and a little heather.
Will be drier at the back.