Batch 14/525 Nose: Light and almost "clean", cereals, hay, Brazil nut, smoke, flint, magnesium torch, mineral, chalk, rock salt, stalactite, damp cellar, a beautiful ethereal note of lemon oil, caramel syrup becomes clearer and vanilla comes, battery acid, fresh "granny Smith "apple, then American oak and" pleasant "solvents Mouth: Light, fresh, lively onset, yet oily, Brennereibetont, but not alcoholic, the nose is again, salty, dry, bitter, "thick" caramel, the texture feels heavier, it comes fresh amer. Oak barrels, magnesium tablets, graphite lubricants, grapefruit steaks, subtle fruity notes that will become clearer and more exotic over time (passion fruit, pineapple) finish: bitter, tingling, dry, slightly smoky, oak becomes clearer, some cereals Comments: (No / very little water) initially looks young with little sense of touch, but not immature, gradually the malt becomes more "substantial", harder. "Original, crafty, straightforward, honest", great as well as the smoke is involved, I think of a engine room of a diesel ship on the sea. I do not remember a malt that is so mineral. Behind the great caramel sweetness with interesting-subtle fruitiness. Nice to be able to get something for relatively little money.