Taste: spicy fresh ginger, minerality, a bit of malt sweetness, bitter grapefruit peel, fatty salted herring, peat, but not smoke
Aftertaste: decaying ginger mixed with citrus bitterness, minerality, echoes of salted fish, slight effect of oak, medium length
Bottom line: strange Bunna, you don't get much pleasure while drinking, I lacked sweetness in him, but there are interesting notes, I liked the experiment. In general, the entire series of Provenance rarely aged for more than 10-12 years, and almost always in refil bourbon barrels, I came across frank dips a couple of times, but this whisky is quite a finished product in my opinion. I think the idea of releasing such young releases is to make the distillery feel, without barrel dominance.