Lightly dirty, delicately sweet, sour, umami and always a trace of ashy dry oak. I admit you have to like him and then there's the PLV. The batches, some of which are very different (I had 15/52), are also added. That makes him arguable. So everyone should take a sample first before investing. I got lucky at the Tomek after the video. A big thank you goes out for the big sample!
That is her. The unicorn nose. That's how it has to be. Splendid. Not easy to take apart, but playing with water can help. Unlike expected, it is very exotic, light-fruity and clearly bourbon-heavy. Here the sherry seems to play second fiddle. Exactly mine! Dirty fog from Campbeltown but still a lovely fruity nose with cut wet grass and salivating honey sweetness.
But hello. Ingenious and brutal. Tomek was also enthusiastic here. Full range of wood and fruit. A great mouth with a lot of saliva and strong flavor without becoming bitter. Everything becomes thick and creamy. Strong! In the transition, the malty notes and herbs such as thyme and fennel shimmer through. I like that very much. I also drink this tea every day.
Caution: you have to like that.
Medium to long and afterwards very drying. But for a long time in the mouth. If it is true that I had the weakest batch 15/52, then I am now on the lookout for the so-called offer. If it still exists. Tomek says it's too expensive for him. He can easily say that he has already emptied one I definitely want to have a bottle of it. Unicorn malt.