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0.70 ltr. 50%
Smooth as pebbles in a pool. Itâ € ™ s clean, fresh and lively with both the oak and the grain in perfect harmony.
Sunlight on fields or early summer barley
The bouquet is brilliant. Opening with barley sugar and a hint of mint before leading into the most wonderful notes of freshly cut wildflowers; buttercup, daisy, meadowsweet, myrtle, primrose and cherry blossom. The cleanliness of the spirit is remarkable. As the seconds tick by, more aromas rise from the glass, little zephyrs or spindrift and sea pinks reminding you thatthis spirit is matured EXCLUSIVELY by the sea. After some four or five minutes and with the addition of a little water, fruits caramelisd drift onto the scene; lemon drops and honey, tangerine and tablet
The palate entry is so refined and refreshing, the sweet oak and the barley arriving together sending the taste buds into raptures. The fruits from distillation drift on an Atlantic breeze and pop on the tongue like champagne bubbles. A combination of ripe green fruit, brown sugar and sweet malt bring closure. A taste back in time, a realization That not all single malts are equal and to Achieve the absolute optimum, you must use barley thats made in Scotland. Make this one the benchmark for all others you meet on your journey through the stills of Scotland.
Unforgettable! Its best enjoyed in good company, you just donâ € ™ t want the evening to end. It brings warmth to the heart and soul. The clock slows down and the cares of tomorrow disappear into the dawn. .
Conviviality! Relaxed, enjoying the spirit in the glass and the laughter from tales Often told but never tired of hearing.
Plenty with barley spirit, feels really young, cereal and citrus fighting for attention in the background. There are some sweetness reminding of granulated sugar, vanilla sugar, lemon curd, biscuit and mineral.
Quite dry, lead pencil, still mineral and lemon peel. Not immediately sweet but some white sugar or white syrup appear after a while.
Short to medium in length. Black pepper and vanilla to start with, barley spirit again with hints of wet paper, or grappa or tequila notes.
Spirit driven without any doubts, there's not much cask influence compared to the 10 year old. However, focus is meant to be on the barley and not on the wood, so I am fine with it. It is clean and well made but it disintegrates with water. Affordable? Yes it is.
(Rating interval 81-84)
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