The LOTI has an extreme balance, it is sparkling clean, almost clinically pure. Someone in our circle says spontaneously: That's a blend! No, he is not, but he is also dangerously drunk. He does not like heat like that. He is very different, he wins both with time, and with the amount of drink. It should be decent slaps, 3cl are very suitable. As for the punctuation, I was hesitating for a long time, the directly tasted after 1972 by Douglas Laing has made it because with his 93 much easier, because in a direct comparison, he impressed more. It was only clear, we are over 90 points. He is said to be overrated, but should I punish a malt now for ultimate drinkability? It's straightforward, no question, but that's probably what it was all about, and then it's done just fine. So I fully stimulate the possible score from my point of view and reward him with 92 points for the fact that he is still in my memory after three months.
Sweet, heavy and lemony, it lies in the glass, it gives the impression already in the nose to be very viscous. Steamed smoke caresses the nose, above is a flower meadow. The glass almost magically draws in the nose. Some iodine, salt and mineral notes complement the composition, the alcohol is perfectly integrated. Heat shifts the center of gravity in the direction of the mineral notes and makes it drier. There is so much going on in the background ...
Lemon juice & caramel syrup with light honey sauce in an emulsion, lemon juice in drinking strength, while very natural. In this clarity really rare! Again, mineral notes complement the overall picture, again the alcohol is perfectly integrated. Warm, he is much sweeter. The mouthfeel is very fluid, which fits perfectly here.
Rather short, but again mineral, lemony and very clean. Warm is more ash in the mouth and he is a little longer overall.