The nose presents ripe nectarines and white peach flesh. Light vanilla and a floral note waft in as well. On the pallette peaches and cream are the big notes right off the bat. A bit of a cinnamon spice is there along with an oaky bitterness. Fairly tannic. The finish is a single long and lingering thread of dry cinnamon spice. It does give way late to a general earthiness that is quite pleasant. Like the after taste of wild mushrooms eaten some time ago. Not overly complex but just the right amount of intrigue to be interesting without demanding too much attention. As my first Speyburn it has definitely piqued my interest to explore more offerings.
21.99 USD per Bottle