Limited filling of only 96 bottles. I have the number 20/96. The same whisky at a power of 49.2% was issued in the number of 2004 bottles. I like the Gold Cock style, except for the red triangles I have tasted all their tasty whisky so far, but as I am enjoying the next and other fulfillment, I am a little bit sorry for their excessive similarity and minimal differences between batch. Another rhythm of beauty is the gradual increase in their prices. I will probably consider more purchases for this reason. But whisky is good again.
Intensive, sharp smells full of varnish and ribbons, with a good portion of the stone. Further, sweetness, honey, tanned wood and raisins. (85 b)
Peacocks, wood, sharpness mixed with sweetness. Spicy wood, smoky fruit brandy (something between cherry and plum), a tanned barrel, charcoal wood. (85 b)