Despite the small number of constituents of the fragrance and taste of the Moltos gives a sense of depth and sufficiency, a perfect balance, good potency - another great product from Maltbarn - just the case when you do not want to talk much - you need to try and enjoy.
Stones on the sea shore, lemon, lemongrass, wildflowers, light notes of dried fruits, lemonade, honey, wax, caramel, juicy apples, red-green mango .
Lemon crust with honey, light notes of ginger, honey cake, propolis.
Light and gentle, the continuation of taste, the perfect combination of citrus and honey.
Rather pleasant in the end, without being exciting because too austere for my taste. And what is the expectation of a single cask otherwise to be exciting and unique? This one misses his role, but lets himself drink with pleasure.
After several weeks of opening and some disappointing drinks, it is time to return to this Clynelish. 2 cl pure in a 17cl snifter from Spiegelau. Lemon and green apple appeared and the whole thing melted and rounded. Cereals, green malt still dominate however; behind: chalk, lemon balm, green licorice. Orange tip that reminds that the distillate can be superbly fruity ... but that reminds only.
Fat and melting mouth. Beeswax finally appears after all these weeks of aeration! A little vanilla cream, honey, biscuit cereals.
Rather short, a hint of strawberry, and then vanilla cake, sweetened with acacia honey.