A very, very exciting and delicious malt, certainly not for every day, but for just such a burning sense of discovery, beautiful thing!
Hui, what's going on here? So I know Lochside but not at all, mango, passion fruit jumping to a sudden initially, then bright honey and then a certain dryness with something smoky and dirty-malty, which in turn more well-known from Lochside, Haribo Tropico, some gummy bears, orange oil and fresh rose petals, a certain acidity like pineapple, after a while but also tanned leather and an old chest of drawers, still has more of a Rumfinish altogether, a little crazy, after more than 10 minutes, more and more of the Tropik in malt and some dry hay, Heather, but even now, every time you take the glass completely new nose splashes first tropical flair contrary
Exciting, in the mouth are from the beginning the tropical allusions of mango and pineapple combined with the leather, carbonated oak briquettes, the woody shell of the pineapple is there, the Tropico gums are wrapped in dry heather, herbal honey, malt and a little hops, in addition but I still have fresh fruit acidity and the rose, a little jasmine and dry leather
Pineapple chips, mango, heather, dusty wooden box, dry malt, sour-dry, medium to long