to all the Legal rules to be called whisky, but it is anything but good. Thank
you (sarcasm, anyone), Niek. A 350ml bottle will set you back around 30 EUR.
Ok, let us
not beat around the bush. This whisky stinks! Triplex board, mouldy speculoos,
raisin bread and crust of dark sour bread. Soles of shoes. Oatmeal, cake and
dry figs are the only aromas that bring some repairs. Sugared chocolate. All
kinds of stuff that have been lying around for to long and is ready for the
It is a bit
oily and soft on the spices. This tastes more like a liqueur than a whisky. It
is a bit sweet, but again that dark sour bread dominates. Rye is to be taken
pretty literally here. Gingerbread and some almond paste. And then there is the
peat, of course, that gives is a smoky edge. It is Waldviertler tree peat,
whatever that is. The combination seems somewhat unhappy.
is mercilessly long and smoky. It tastes a bit like long overdue pastry, with
the baking paper still around it. Yikes!