A vibrant character, especially on the palate. Refreshing but with a bite.
Master of Malt
Tobermory, 17 Years Old
Islands (Non Islay)
Nose: Malty and grassy. Drying hay. Flowery. Honeysuckle. Lemon drops. Refreshing. With water it gives more grassy notes.
Palate: Sweet at first then following by a spicy outburst. Lemon posset. Ginger ale. Herbal tea (specifically aniseed and lemon grass).
Finish: Spicy, dry and lingering too.
Comment: A vibrant character, especially on the palate. Refreshing but with a bite.
Nose: This is like a hay barn just after harvest. Warm dry straw, that slight sweet smell. Then citrus notes come through, Key Lime pie and lemon essence.
Palate: Big sweet merignue notes, laced with ginger and cinnamon. There is a herbal edge too, camomile and ginger.
Finish: Long and fresh.
Comment: This is one for post dinner, forget that limoncello stuff, this will revive you.
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