T: Yeah, rawr!!,.... and robust plus [just like the Mannochmore], with massive, uncompromising power. Those apples on the nose come through with the crusty crust of short-crust pastry on top. Then come sour notes touching bitterness but on the front of the tongue - so this is no easy pleaser, you have to work at it. There's more onion-malt and then a deep sour.
F: Still astringent to the last and a little raw. Being far younger than the previous 22yo WB, it's [only] 13yo and it shows.
C:What a contrast to the 22yo. This is an 'immediate' malt, one that feels like the spirit is still 'receiving'. It's hard to overcome that deep sour. Let's move along, again with Teaninich and an even earlier vintage WB.
Scores a D