Three tastings. I write:
1. Looking forward to it. Sweet, full, warm, dry - starts well - but with a bitter aftertaste, with bitter orange peel. Disappointing.
2. Refined stuff, this. The fragrance is not that remarkable. The taste is nice, with orange peel, the taste of the last time I taste less dominant. I find it disappointing again. Nothing wrong with it.
3. The smell is nothing short of good; apple, pipe tobacco, freshly cut grass, ricola candies. In the first nip there is a very nice little bitter, pepper and wood; some vanilla, away quickly. Butter soft, warm, melon, honey. Definitely better than the previous times, the eternal mystery - is it that I lie comfortably in the warm autumn sun or is the whisky just better than I reviewed last time? And that this time it is the first whisky in my glass? I love it, summery, afternoon whisky, very suitable for the circumstances. Well.