I also take out the scents of apple and it reminds me of a high mountain where all those little flowers are in the grass.
I take a sip and let it roll well through my mouth. A watery taste paired with spices but not very aggressive.
You get the daredevil out of it but it is definitely not a forest fire. The whiskey is butter soft and drinks away very easily.
During a tasting this would be a very good start whiskey in the peated segment.
Time for a drop of water to open the pallet.
Smelling again and I get more sweet tones out than before. More apple and more honey.
Let another sip roll and…
The tingling of the pepper is totally gone and has moved to the finish, making it nice and warm and long.
The smoky is a bit extinguished and the apple and honey-like sweetener comes out a bit more. This whiskey goes well with a very small drop of water.