This bottling is in the best sense of the word a summer whisky and I feel as if most of my impressions are dominated by red wine, as I can not discover a distillery character. But maybe the goalie is so restrained that a finish will always ruin him. Will certainly try again, to try a gate without finish to get another impression. This tasted malt was ultimately nice in the best sense, but little complex or demanding. Average.
Very soft and shy presents the Tormore and I have to work properly with the nose to determine its odor profile. Strawberries and wildflowers first appear, followed by vanilla and caramel. Finally, give a very mild coffee and something licorice-like; Licorice, maybe. Pleasant nose, even if I had to tickle this out hard first.
As far as a whisky that is possible, this puts almost tender on the tongue, nestles fluffy to the palate and tries to camouflage first as a jam with whisky flavor. Strawberry is still present, cherry is added vigorously and vanilla plays in. With a slight tingle on the tongue, the alcohol then suddenly makes itself felt and turns the malt into a kind of Kir Royal. Very tasty, supple and dangerous.
In the end, oak still presents itself, which melts with a cherry pudding and chocolate to a rather medium-length, summery sweet finish. Harmonious ending.