I suppose she was probably cheap in her home, and as such, I have to praise her. If he tasted like that and he smelled every commercial cheap distillate, it would be fine, but the reality is a bit different. I did not expect anything, but rather a bit of trouble, and in the end I was quite surprised. First, the smell and the taste profile are quite fresh and atypical; secondly, it is probably in their category of cheapest non-sweet blends about the maximum that can be obtained from a bottle.
Likes, sweetness, a lot of skin and a pinch of smoke, I have a note on the paper after the first tasting "Queen Anne of Canada". (80 b)
Unfortunately, the body is thinner, swollen leather, up to the style of some lighter Caribbean rums. It is sparse, but good drunkenness. (78 b)