Goes on with pear spirit and vodka, then some hints of cider and ginger.
Hints of fresh butter.
Mouth: powerful, quite perfumy, with lots of bubblegum.Our Navigators know their way around the hotel and the city.Brora news : Okay, I was a little too quick when I spoke of a new Duncan Taylor Brora to be bottled this week.Lets taste it again, in a quieter environment.Burnt cardboard, pine-needle, old paper.Is certified organic according to EU Organic Food regulations by the control body LU-BIO-04 Unlimited One-Day Delivery and more Prime members enjoy fast free shipping, unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows with Prime Video and many more exclusive benefits.Hints of pepper and nutmeg.Mouth: sweet and balanced, yet just a little watery.Now, as for which distillery this baby should have come from, my bet would be Macallan Hey, just a bet, I could be completely wrong!Tasting - TWO lochsides Lochside 1991/2004 (46, G M for LMW, cask #15189) I think 1991 was Lochsides last year of distilling.92 points (and perhaps an interesting old bottle effect starting to show off.) music - Recommended listening: French singer Guesch Patti sings Dans tes Yeux (In you Eyes - mp3) with Canadian born electronica wizzard and 'international musical prankster' Chilly Gonzales.Frankly, its always a thrill to taste some newmake or some very young malt when visiting a distillery, but were not really expecting the industry to sell some as regular single malt whisky.Well, at that price, that's for sure.Please drop me an e-mail if you know its distilling or bottling year, thanks!
I mean, not exactly liked, but I must say the 30 first seconds of Pink (mp3) were quite enjoyable to my ears.Rather perfumy, not unlike some OBs.Whats interesting is that its till very enjoyable, and this mono-dimensionality (hey?) does make it simple.Goes on with some nice notes of orange juice, tangerine.Store away from strong sunlight and heat.Fresh Korean U-Dong.Interesting whiffs of peat (G M now farewell colleague gift uses some malt peated at 8ppm at Benromach).October 29, 2004, tasting - five highland parks, highland Park 12 yo (40, OB, 2004).Starts a little sweetish and even watery.A little weak because of the ABV, but its still quite solid.Medium long finish, a little woody, with hints of cooked coffee.
Its good, for sure!
A perfect balance, even if not a monster of complexity.
It keeps improving, with more and more dried fruits, and always some nice smoke and pepper.