|Robert Karlsson||Clementines, apricots? Oranges, lots of interesting fruits. Canned figs? And good spices on top. Taste is darker than expected, almost smoky, but still not. Earthy? No, perhaps if the earth is outside a coal mine. Interestingly the fruits arrive mainly in the aftertaste. And then in a darker variety. Not bad, intriguing and a little odd whisky this one. |
|Krishna Nukala||Bacon. Warm fruity notes in the rear. You get some smoke a little late. Sweet candies, strawberries, - Oh this has lovely nose! On palate lots of organics, dry and syrupy. Actually lots of tannins and spices. Very hot and huge finish (Blind tasting notes of MMA 2013) |
|Keith Wood||Glass: Classic Malt
- Colour: Pale amber
- Nose: Quite floral, maybe even lightly perfumed but with some accompanying quite solid, earthy and musty nuances. All rounded-off with something faintly herbal in the background.
- Palate: My first thoughts are of something surprisingly fruity on the palate, followed by lightly herbal pepperiness which quickly expands and then fades back to leave the initial fruitiness again.
- Finish: Long, nay very long with a lingering light pepperiness.
- Overall Impression: A lovely cocktail of fruitiness, pepperiness and a je ne sais quoi herbal-ness. Very nice indeed. |