The nose changes significantly over time its flavors. I like it very much. Without water, the Bladnoch is, however, in the taste too strong and more than sweet and spicy I do not get tasted. With water, on the other hand, it is a worthy summer whisky for (current) temperatures of around 30 degrees both in taste and on the finish.
light, sweet honey mixed with fruity, slightly sourish apples; subtle grain and straw notes are there; a fresh floral note mixes in the background; a bit spicy-bitter oak is here; the alcohol is clearly perceptible, but with a little time flies away and there are citrus flavors and a little candle wax; with water comes a light, interesting muff and it reminds a bit of cowshed; with no more time it gets sweeter
proper pressure from the alcohol; a violent tingling sets in on the tongue and drowns out almost everything else; it is slightly spicy and bitter; Vanilla and oak ... water must be here! it gets pretty creamy with water; Honey and licorice; a few raisins are also there; it stays fresh and lemony on the tongue
medium; sweet at first; then it gets spicy; on the palate there are hints of chocolate; the oak presses again at the end; with water it gets a little spicier and the sweetness takes a back seat; a slightly soapy touch is added and again come citrus flavors; getting slightly dry;