Good, I'm beaten. I like this grain. A lot. And since it is not a malt, I even like the price tag. What would you pay for a 25-year-old single malt in cask strength? I do not think about it, but under no circumstances under 100 ¬! Back to the Cambus: I miss (fortunately!) This alcoholic vodka / grain note of the I had spoken at the beginning. Instead, in front of me is a silky soft sherry whiskey, which is extremely round and mild overall. You do not need water here. I want the next sip!
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Slightly sherry-worn, open and sweetly inviting. Since you want to try immediately! Cocoa and coffee, but also a light grain note (grainy, slightly alcoholic). Vanilla and more sweetness. After a while a light herbal note. Maybe sage?
Extremely mild, round, full and directly restrained, not exaggerated sweetness. The sherry barrel goes well with berry aromas, dark fruits. The Grain origin tastes little to no. Some acidity. Then cocoa and coffee, really creamy-creamy. In the second round, the herbs from the nose will show again, it reminds me of sage sweets with honey. It is delicious!
Here, too, shows the long storage time. Bitter cocoa notes remain in the mouth, certainly not unpleasant, more like the echo of a good dark chocolate. Remains surprisingly long.