A dry, herbal Bunnahabhain that’s oak-infused in a rather nice way.from whiskynotes.be
A slightly restrained sherry profile. Dried flowers at first, then some subtle praline, followed by sherry cellars. Tobacco leaves and walnuts. Soft herbal notes and honey. No wham-bam sherry, this is elegant with balanced oak.
Definitely more oak now, with translates as strong tea and dried herbs, but there’s still honey and apple juice to keep a nice balance. Orange peel. Yellow raisins. A slight coastal tang as well. Cinnamon towards the end.
Long, dry, on ginger, aniseed, orange peel and oak.
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