A dessert spirit, more muscat than malt.
No age statement
Standard (Distillery or blended)
Nose: Incredibly sweetly fruity: a cross between a fruit eau de vie and a (moscato-based) dessert wine, all jasmine and light citrus. Water softens down the intensity but still loads of boiled sweeties, orange blossom water and some dry malty notes.
Palate: Drier than the nose suggests. A light ethereal palate with those aromatics all the way.
Comment: A dessert spirit, more muscat than malt.
Nose: Concentrated sweet fruits.
Palate: Creamy. Intense berry-fruits. Predominantly blackcurrant. Also suggestions of flowering currant and passion fruit.
Finish: Light, dry.
Comment: Knowing that this distillery began with eau-de-vie, I hope I am not being suggestible, but I find the fruitiness of this whisky overwhelming.
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