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A deep, honey-amber dram fills the glass. The legs cling to the walls and are in no hurry to descend.
The nose is fruity, apple, lemon and peach all present. Also there is some honey and caramell.
This fruit dominance continues in the taste, apple and orange mainly. Some faint spices, chili and vanilla, meekly ask for a place and are graciously welcomed to the mix. Add to that a bit of wood and pastry and you have it.
The silky finish lingers, filling the mouth with a thin veneer of apple and pear, but mainly orange, that stays with you several minutes.
This is a cozy whisky, kind of like having your own fireplace in a glass. Mild, but characteristic and pleasing.