Full review in a session of six Speyside whisky: https://keinehalbendrinks.de/2022/06/14/immer-mehr-speyside-im-glas/
The alcohol rises dull at first. Then come green apples, chewing gum, burnt pastries, mill salt and pepper. Heather and tall, dry meadows in late summer.
It wraps itself around the tongue in a nice and spicy way. With lots of citrus, ginger and pepper. Pastries are back, too. Lightly soaked in coffee and herbal liqueur. Then come apples and cores again.
Bitter notes from light coffee and dark chocolate. Served with vanilla ginger pastry on a bed of straw. The bed is burned and then doused with apricot schnapps.