Nose- dry sherry, blackberries, horse saddle, light smoke. The taste is more tart, there is wild rose, dry fruit, leather, all compiled in a smoke that is light as if on a PC. The finish is very dry, tough, there is a slight dullness.
My first Bloodtub to try and I was really looking forward to it. To overcome bottle bias we put into a tasting with 5 other really nice Port Charlotte ... and this one is the highlight of todays tasting. The intensity of the whisky is border-lining crazy. Quite some magic which was worked in these hyper active casks and with this one being one of the longest matured blood tubs it is really pushing the boundaries. Lots of complex spices, well integrated woods and actually not that peaty.
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