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I’ve always been intrigued by American single malts and I wish they were as popular as their corn based cousins. So, I always try to take the opportunity to taste a new one.
The nose is light with beeswax, vanilla, and lemon. The palate is very sweet with vanilla wafer cookies, honey, and cream.
There are some darker flavors like toffee and chocolate before the finish, which turns spicy, leaving you with a long, slightly tart, black pepper flavor.
This dram is very reminiscent of a highlands scotch, and every bit as complex. If you enjoy Dalwhinnie or Deanston I can confidently recommend this.
Nose - some malt funk, pretty mild nose overall
Palette - pretty thin, sweet, a bit fruity, floral, but also very mild palette, reminds me of a nice Irish whiskey
Finish - sweet and malty, a bit of dry tannins, medium burn
September 18, 2021 (edited September 23, 2021)
3.0 out of 5 stars
Aroma of vanilla, apple and some sweet honey notes.
Flavor mimics closely with those same notes, plus some cereal grain and a hint of Cocoa. A little peppery on the finish.
Few drops of water accentuate some fruit notes, the apple and the cocoa.
Drops off pretty quickly.