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Nose: the smell is sharp and musky. There is a scent of soil and grass and a sweetness of butterscotch. Another sniff further into the drink revealed sea salt and slight vinegar throughout. There is also a note of burnt wood.
Body: On entering your mouth, the whisky is smooth/oily at the tip of the tongue and silky at the sides of the mouth. The whisky is harsher and lingers at the back of the mouth. Velvety
Palate: Oil first with bitterness and spice; the whisky has sweetness at the front of the mouth and spicy/peppery at the back, this is the texture and flavour that lingers the longest (and it does linger quite a while)
This is a very satifying whisky that gives something new each time you sip it