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NOSE: Light and soft with poached pear and a hint of clove and vanilla, then some smoky wood / burnt bannocks. Becomes more scented, with elements of privet and cherry blossom, lemon balm and then a huge hit of fresh mint. Becomes increasingly like a repo quality Tequila sado-which is no bad thing in my world.
Palate: Well balanced. A peppery start - there's that repo sado again. Sweet, softly fruited, but feisty, and even at 46% it needs water. This Reveals the youth, but the spirit is clean and characterful, soft and slightly unctuous and showing good weight, All-which will allow it to grow.
FINISH: Medium length. Lightly smoky.
CONCLUSION: Aged in quarter casks (from an Islay distillery) to give a quick boost to a young spirit. I've been impressed with Wolf Burn's quality from the word go and this does not disappoint. One to watch.
(Source: scotchwhisky.com )
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