In a blind tasting tried, despite the very bright color, he was the favorite in the tasting for me - but what was no great art, the other two subjects were a blended whisky from Aldi and the Johnnie Walker 15.
Ripe pears, light grapes, sugary sweet malt, freshly mown grain, dusty wood flour. The alcohol stings a bit in the nose.
Beautiful crunchy fruit notes, sugared lemon, a lot of spicy malt sweetness, a little peppery spiciness, sweet cookie dough. Oak lingers in the background, but is noticeable with a light roasted dryness. Everything pretty strong and passable.
Medium long, with sweet quince jelly, herbal honey, malt candy and a beautiful clove from the wood.