It’s an old version of Tamnavulin. A Speyside product. At first glance the natural color and no chill filtering are significant factors.
But what’s online about it:
nose: Grainy. Beer-like nose prickle. Old dish water? Not a lot going on beneath the surface.
Taste: Quite flat and superficial. As a whisky, it’s just fine, but it didn’t really excite me.
What I get:
Nose and taste:
– it’s 43% but the first impression is good.
– it’s old and it’s clear from the nose.
– put a cap on it and leave it for some minute.
– two drops of water
– feels like sore bitterness
– lime at the end
– not oily bitter but not bad bitter like Scapa or Spyburn but it’s close to them. it’s a better version I believe.
– it’s hot like Vodka similar to Springbank
– I like it not bad but it’s a little far from Isle of Jora
– no trace of peat or trace of oak it’s a pity. but with some drop of water wood is somehow gets in sense.
– but I don’t give it more than 83% out of 100%.