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The first scent I noticed upon opening the bottle was fresh apple. After getting closer to the glass, I picked up notes of sweet barley, spice, and after a few minutes of opening up, a decent amount of honey and oak.
When it first hits the tongue, the honey is dominant, followed by sweet barley, baked apple, oak, salt, and seaweed (hardly any sherry, like it's younger brother, the DoubleWood). This whisky is rich and rather smooth. Seaweed, apple, and oak linger, leading to a very fresh finish (and slightly sour). This would be a great scotch for the Fall : )
I like this a little better than the DoubleWood.