to cool steel, chill river stone. Just as you think more to come, it
then dissolve to the air.
P- Stiff on the palate with active
oak popping up here and there and staining otherwise a rather nice flavours.
Put the disturbing oak aside, it has pleasantly sweet sherry with some
leather, some coffee bean and quite bold and spicy. Quite a nice one,
if the wild oak are keep in check.
F- Short lived, coat of spicy pepper with rising heats, rather disturbing prickly oily oak that stays.
— at The Whisky Bar, Kuala Lumpur.