An unconventional dram, because of the combination of earthy, slightly smoky even, and fruity. It is a young, powerful whisky, with clearly sweet fruity notes in the taste, but a slightly bitter and sour finish. Yet very successful.
Quite complex: earthy and fruity at the same time. A soft smoke scent, such as in Lapsang Souchong and pu-erh tea. In addition, showing old, almost rotten wood, and a dunnage warehouse. This almost seems to be a maturation on a fortified wine barrel. In addition, some sharp alcoholic notes (still a young whisky?), Which gradually change into red fruit. I am thinking of cherries, raspberries, stewed plums, but also cassis. In addition, some fresher notes of citrus, and a spiciness that reminds me most of cinnamon and anise. Later, more and more vanilla is set.
Good drinkable without water, very fresh with plenty of red fruit. Cherry and raspberry predominate. Then light vanilla, chocolate, wet wood, pickled raisins and spiciness of pepper and cinnamon.
upset, and dominate sour and wry a bit. Tannins, overripe grapes, dark cherries, lime juice, ginger and cinnamon.