Aroma: alcoholic, wine, sulfurous, red cayenne pepper, dried wood, fragmented unripe walnut, ink, cherry bark mixed with the berries themselves, boiled root vegetables in the background, iodine, sea salt, after a while the wine tones weaken and malty sweetness
Taste: hot chili peppers, sour red garden berries (red currant, unripe black currant) further bitterness from viburnum and mountain ash, wine tones, and oak bitterness.
Finish: medium, closer to long, again the same not quite ripe berries, oak tannins, wine.
Bottom line: a very strange whisky, a feeling that there are very young spirits, and they decided to improve or fully aged in very aggressive barrels. The first violin is played here by a barrel, as indicated from under the red French and Italian wines. But even though the whisky is young, it turned out to be very unusual and bright, and deserved a rather high mark!