Oily "legs" stick to the glass wall of my premium sniffer, earthy, a combination of musty mildew and sweetness comes to light. The nose is initially extremely musty and musty, earth tones dominate while sulfur is slowly rising. Wet leather and abrasion of dried orange peel ends in sulfurized raisins and dried fruits, with a slightly malty note in the background. From time to time, the typical Grainsweet flashing through the dark and decayed notes, vanilla and a hint of Vollmichschokolade penetrates the dull earth tones. Again and again the flavors change, at the moment there are minimal controversial glue notes and caramel ...
At the first sip the voluminous high alcohol content unfolds in combination with dark earth tones and musty sulfur on the tongue. Chubby warmth floods the palate, from wood sharpness dissolve white pepper and a pinch of salt. Tart wood tones stick to the palate, dark and old walnuts are added, espresso and dark dark chocolate emit their slightly bitter and astringent aroma. Dark orange and apricot flavors are in the background, on the tip of the tongue slowly develop fresh menthol and hints of citrus fruits. Unripe grapefruit stick on the palate before slowly show again sweet and malty components. More and more sweetness, vanilla, caramel, malt and dried berries and grapes come into their own. With a wonderfully intense walnut flavor, the Invergordon gradually transpires.
Chubby warm, the dark fruit and woody notes rest long on the palate, the malty and earthy notes return, unfortunately, the musty sulfur flavor. With caramel, milk chocolate and slightly tart fruity aromas, the aftertaste sounds like a felt eternity.