A great nose, the great anticipation awakens for the palate. There, however, the connoisseur is a little disappointed, so that even the long echo of this Speysider can no longer lead to great consecrations. Still, the bottom line is worth a dram.
Wonderfully soft and gentle to the touch, accompanied by also very delicate and restrained wood flavors that hold wonderfully flattering in the nostrils. A little later, a little Prittstift mixes with it and thus provides more "spice". Overall, quite dry but at no time musty or musty. The grape sweets can be detected at any time.
First a light to moderate bitterness, then followed by sweeter aromas that leave the impression of a dark chocolate. In view of the "only" 48% surprisingly strong and slightly alcoholic. Too bad, because the (grape) fruit on the palate sometimes more, sometimes less covered. In addition, quite one-dimensional.
Remarkably long and fortunately without any alcoholic notes and with less bitterness, but rather again the soft and warm wood with a hint of dark grape