The wet dog in the nose may sound nasty, but I liked it. He does not seem very old, and he probably would not have seen a sherry barrel from within - if not, then not for long. ABV I can estimate just bad, since I'm probably the Tali of just in the way. For me, the whisky goes towards Bruichladdich ...
In the foreground first a fruit note, melons and pears set the tone. Slightly salty. From the background, a smell pushes forward, which I can not describe at first. Something unwashed, olles, moldy. Maybe wet dog with a lot of loam on the legs. Or an old runner, who was laid out to air outside and is drenched by a rain shower ... let's see if this finds itself on the tongue.
No, it does not (at first?), Here comes instead a good splash of sea water on the tongue. At first quite refreshing, then slightly brackish. Milk chocolate and vanilla bring creaminess after a while, pears and green apples provide pleasant sweetness. Nutmeg takes care that it does not get too sweet. Also some salt is to be found.
Medium long, spicy, a hint of smoke, a sweetness of crushed apples.