Blind tasting: Nice smell, slightly boring taste with alcoholic notes. Long, warm and spicy finish. Very nice bottling. Touch Highlands, ~ 50% Alcohol, Port Finish.
Tasty and fresh, smells of honey, floral notes, a mix of dark and light fruits - like skittles. After a while getting spicier, little oak and no disturbing alcohol.
Only tingling and with a lot of force on the tongue, now the alcohol is fully there. Oily and heavy, I had judged differently from the nose. Still pretty (dark) fruity and spicy, more reminiscent of sherry
First Buttrig, becoming ever spicier, goes slightly into the bitter. Long and warm, tannins and dark fruits swing after.
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