Nose: youthful corn, clean peat, no smoke, medicinal
Appearance: light color, low oak influence
Palate: brine, kosher salt, chalk, cask strength is apparent, hot on roof of the mouth on the finish, nice length on the finish for a young whiskey
The packaging is unique. There is a small write up on the inside stating the barrel numbers and bottle number. I have bottle 824 out of 1000. The kosher salt reference would just be similar to a table salt. Some koshers aren't iodized.
The packaging is very different from the standard range. It looks great but I imagine its a pain to store.
What are the characteristics of kosher salt?