Nose: Ok, my olfactory nerves are spinning. I have a clear association: natural apple juice. Please switch to the next blog! After pushing this note aside, the red wine comes out. Light, not too strong, not too dry. The alcohol strength I barely notice in the nose, but I also tried the grain before. Taste: Tastes a bit perfumed. Turkish sweets with rose water and somehow a bit soapy. Definitely unique! Then comes a light note of white pepper, not spicy, but that very specific taste. The wine is there too, becoming a little drier, very slightly prickling on the tongue, heavy red wine notes come through. Finish: A finish like I have never experienced! Definitely a soap note. The whisky really leaves a topping in the mouth. Light tannins, but not only dry. Almost oily. But not for ever, after some time the Glenturret says goodbye again. Final thoughts: What an experience! You could call it a roller coaster ride, but then one with screws and looping! From apple juice, over rose water, to red wine and soap, everything is here. Even after the second argument with this malt I'm not sure if I really like it. Everyone has to decide for themselves here. It is something special, however, and definitely an exciting pleasure experience.
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