Subtle peat and smoke and wood; lighter grassy notes too. Some sweetness comes in on the mouth. Warm, lingering finish.
Seems pretty complex on first taste. Hard to summarise. (It's been a long day.)
One to come back to, I think.
Wednesday, 8 January 2014
Hmmm. It certainly doesn't taste a day over 3 years old. Yes there's some honey in there- but there's not much else in this harsh young spirit. Needs a few more years in the barrel.
Sorry, but if we have to compare new East Anglian whiskies, the Norfolk one is nicer...