The fruit is overlaid by malty-sweet wood notes, the alcohol is not quite adequately integrated, in short: honey water with alcohol Thats it!
Absolutely not my booty scheme! For this price (approx. 80€) there are many better bottlings. Therefore no purchase recommendation, unless you like sweet-woody whiskys with too much alcohol.
Intensity: 3/5 Complexity: 2.5/5 Harmony: 2.5/5
Sweet honey with apricot, red plum is noticeable. Now and then slight off-notes of overfermented/musty fruits. The alcohol is acceptable but not perfectly integrated.
Intensity: 3.5/5 Complexity: 2/5 Harmony: 2.5/5
Initially, sweetness, malt and wood spice present themselves and combine into strong notes of forest honey. The fruit on the nose is completely overshadowed by the sweetness and the wood, only towards the end does a hint of apricot shine through. Unfortunately, I don't find the whisky good, downright boring and not balanced. As in the nose, the alcohol is not perfectly rounded and perceptible.
Malty sweetness, forest honey and black pepper linger on the tongue and last for a medium length.