Nose: young malty spirit, juicy blood orange with a sprinkling of grapefruit, already neat wood with aromas of sawdust and drinking chocolate spiced with spicy cinnamon. As expected from an Indian malt, which has ripened briefly and intensely in the climate, the wood dominates and the basic character is still very immature.
Taste: sparkling onset, is getting creamier, milk chocolate with cinnamon and pepper, pistachio, very dry and woody almost no fruit. Also on the finish wood and bitter notes dominate, cocoa powder and at the back comes out again some fruit (multivitamin juice). The finish is medium long and quite pleasant / tasty. Here is more maturity and age taught as he should have from the paper but that comes simply by the strong wood note.
My first Paul John and I have to say that is quite successful, although of course without much depth and you have to be on wood flavors. But you should keep an eye on the distillery. There are certainly some great things from India coming towards us.