So who likes Ostfriesentee, this whisky can certainly win a lot. It should be somewhat stronger for my taste, with the gentle profile goes well with the soft flavors.
Notes from a blind tasting.
A light alcohol note accompanies a large basket full of ripe apples and malt at the beginning. Shortly thereafter, the apples turn green and a smell of cooking (not in the machine but in the saucepan) rises. After a while, it seems "dirty", the notes remain basically the same. After an extremely long life the whole thing calmed down, honey and pears are now clearly recognizable. Warms up first strong caramel before a strange, honey-soaked muff rises, dirty laundry this time. This, however, disappears shortly thereafter.
Apple honey, with tart herbs, after a short time in the mouth rather black tea, which pushes back more clearly in the foreground while the apples disappear into nothingness. The mouthfeel is rather thin, the alcohol takes a lot of time before it pushes behavior.
The finish then begins rather harsh. The sweet honey notes are there, but herbes outweighs clearly, in the end the honey stays much longer on the palate. The impression of black tea with honey and a drop of cream is incredibly realistic. Overall, the finish is medium, with the reheating fails here.