This is a review of a bottle that has been open for more than 2 years. Additionally Im reviewing the last few drams of that bottle, which were drunk today in an effort to secure more shelf space. Not a great whisky, and the price seems extravagant for what you get, but if you can pick up a bottle for cheap its a good daily sipper or introductory single malt.
Nutty, malty, wet cardboard, with a whiff of flowers and honey.
Mildly fruity on barely ripe apples and pears, yeasty bread, not quite done baking. Slightly cardboardy and dry again. Sweet honey and sea breeze salt appears in slight moments.
Pleasant but short, on peppery cardboard, not much of an event.