at first on sherbert lemons, then here's the farmyard, it's totally silage and there's something slightly-off dairy here, whey powder, all sitting alongside a gentle acidity.
(rather oxidized heel of?) OB 10 is much more vegetal by comparison, on swedes and leaves. clearly because the organic matter has not been given as much time to decompose ;-)
initially more on manure now, then vegetal, compost and silage. There's a bleachy and metallic note too, which verges on unharmonious but in this wacky context it works. very long finish on dank seashells, lemon juice and brine. For all the extremities of flavour, the form is on the other hand soft and measured, which delivers the experience perfectly. It's quite simple in a way but a superb easy drinking Ledaig.