There’s a lot of flavour to this, but nothing particular sticks out at first and one would be forgiven for thinking that it’s a boring whisky at first, but once you sit down with it for a good while you realise it’s just absolutely perfectly balanced. A work of art this.Reviewed in my blog:https://iwriteaboutstuffilike.com/2017/05/26/clynelish-18-twe-bottling-for-the-whisky-show-london-2014/
Wine gums. Straw. Coal dust. Wood shavings. Red fruits. New engine oil. Raspberry powder. Leather. Dusty sherry. Clay.
Woodspice. Rich sherry. Nutty wood. Wax crayons. Clay. Tobacco. Dried berries. Black coffee. Caocao.
Long. Drying. Cherry cordial. Paraffin wax. Woodspice. Caocao. Red wine spice.