- Brand: DYC
- ABV: 40%
I already reviewed some time ago the DYC Pure Malt, a Spanish whisky that was okay; the one today, not being the bottom of the barrel of the distillery, is not as good as the pure malt was. It's just a pumped-up version of their own entry level, which is a very basic dram, even for a mixer.
A pale golden hue (sorry about the flash in the pic that makes everything look different) with somewhat harsh aromas of butterscotch, caramel, clove and leather. What do I mean by "harsh"? Well, it's as though they were not natural scents, but rather essential oils used in creating a whisky perfume.
Even though the taste is smoky and the finish prolonged, the mouthfeel is way too aggressive (I insist, this is thought of just as a mixer.) Not my cup of tea.