All in all I like it of course!
Immediately the smell of shortbread cookies and cream candy comes to my nose. With an extra portion of butter on top. The whole thing is a bit strange. The whole thing becomes shortbread. I've never had this dessert / pastry association so badly in a malt. After the first getting used to it, it becomes really pleasant and tasty. However, almost too much of a good thing.
I have citrus fruits very late. Mainly lemon, some unripe orange and grapefruit.
There is no trace of the alcohol.
Violent start! Here he shows his percentages and he is a bit hot. Otherwise, really great grain notes come to the fore. Just reminds me of Loch Lomond 17 Organic.
The grain is turned into sugared "Kellogs Smacks"
The orange becomes more juicy, the citrus notes tend to fade away. An appeal from the tropical fruits comes through.
Above all is the butter / shortbread aroma.
I actually like the taste very much, if it weren't for the somewhat marginal alcohol
The finish is quite long. The oak spreads and the grapefruit comes back. The buttery / creamy is gone, thank God. Otherwise that would be really too much. The mouth burns a little.