Not particularly easy to access, but a mad intellectual charm.
A very nice nose, with a fade that betrays an old malt without hesitation.
The OBE is noticeable, without exaggeration, with old newspaper, and a bit of polished copper.
Above all, we have earthy aromas. In the primary sense of the term, since I am thinking here of freshly turned earth. It directly calls for the aromas of rustic vegetables (JM is going to be happy), with breadcrumbs, potatoes, and a little hint of Maggi.
Dry bread, barley, pean of dried orange and very light camphor which becomes clearer with aeration.
On the palate, there is more fruit than on the nose, with Taiwanese pineapple cake and candied orange.
Always a light earthy, dusty side, with old vegetables: breaded, sweet potato in the first line.
Old furniture, old attic, old newspaper.
A lot of old with this Kinclaith.
Short but expressive finish, with a slight metallic side, old newspaper, wood, sweet potato, pepper, cloves, grated almond and a light mint.
A retro-olfaction on the potato.