Eye / nose Visually white wine in the glass. Thick oily streaks. In the nose at the beginning a sharp sting. Grasp strength and / or youth, I would say from the hip out first. The alcohol lies like a bell on the malt. Pastry notes. Herbs like clover and cress. Behaved orange zest.
palate The feeling of mum is marked by alcohol. Tickling on tongue and on the insides of the cheeks. Alcoholic sharpness. A young malt, it seems, for a maximum of eight years would be my guess; In the mouth he gains a bit of sweetness with a bit of saliva, but remains one-dimensional. Cereal notes, some acidity.
Finish / Conclusion Still slightly grassy and tart in the finish. Warm. Light, sinuous bitterness, the tongue burns slightly. Overall medium long finish. Real off-notes he does not have, is at best slightly metallic, which I attributed to the (supposed!) Youth.
After dissolution ... All in all, it can be said, I am really excited, even if he has no huge weakness. I would never have come to a 19yo. Tomatin? If you know it, it should seem quite characteristic, blindly I feel it more as a young Speysider.
One of the weaker bottlings of a German bottler, whom I otherwise greatly appreciate.