T: Its a spirity one, but getting past that theres a rounded bitter-sweet, fruity, [aromatic] spicy, creamy, sweet [sherried?] development going on. Its more rancho with time as the spiritiness subsides. Its a comprehendable sweet>savoury>dry>fresh number overall, nothing mind blowing but some head wagging appreciation.
F: Green apple core-sweetness, grainy caramel=malt, still spirity but with some woodiness alongside. An edgy finish thats not totally convincing.
C: Water sorts out the spiritiness [on the palate] which initially came across as OBE. Not an amazing whisky, but as i’m becoming accustomed to with Miltonduff expressions [Ob or otherwise], they are rather likeable.
Scores a D+