I gave a relative high score, because even though what is there is certainly not recognizable as whisky, not on the nose nor on the pallate, it is still very nice and pleasant.
Ohhh, hold on... what's that? First impression on the nose is Guinness with a dash of Absinth.
I like both, so why not?
Then the beer notes gets unusually dominating here.
Spice cake with a double dose of ginger and nutmeg, or gingerbread dough.
Apart from unusual there is nothing "off" or wrong about it.
A pallate very true to the nose.
Sweet arrival, first impression is that it's a little thin.
Then the spice arrives, not at all hot, just that it's massive on taste.
It's like stuffing your mouth with every single gingerbread man you punched out before putting the empty plate in the oven.
This would be the perfect boxing day breakfast in bed.
Fading to a medium lenght.
Medium warmth to the spice as well, and as it fades it changes slightly towards sweet chocolate.