This review is from a sample kindly provided by @RianC. In fact the second sample I've had of this whisky as I enjoyed the first sample very much but couldn't quite get my head round it to write a review.
Is Citrusy with a yeasty sourdough bread note, biscuits and quite salty.
Quite mouth coating. Lemon and grass (not lemongrass!), salty with green apples, digestive biscuits and a peppery note
Is reasonably long with a dry oakiness
This whisky shows that 10 years is plenty of time to put a whisky in a cask and get an end product that is challenging and complex. Provided the initial spirit is decent and it's going into a decent cask.
It reminds me quite a lot of Kilkerran 12 with that lemony, biscuity note. It just lacks the Kilkerran musty note.
Can't get this anymore unless you want to shell out £100 but I'll be keeping my eyes open for future similar releases.