Water fades it without getting the sugar out. It needs more characterful single malt casks in the blend.
No age statement
Standard (Distillery or blended)
Nose: Obviously from the same family as the previous samples. But weaker than the one above. Grainy and green. The eucalyptus aroma is still there though and mingles with sweet vanilla.
Palate: Sweet and round. Slightly sugary. Weak at mid-palate.
Finish: Short, sweet with a touch of almond milk.
Comment: Water fades it without getting the sugar out. It needs more characterful single malt casks in the blend.
Nose: Once again that menthol, eucalypt note is here but weakening under sweet creamy notes of vanilla and coconut.
Palate: A slight sugar touch but that menthol edge still lurks.
Finish: Sweet and swift.
Comment: This is more a whisky liqueur than anything. But shows promise if more body were added.
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