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Appearance – It’s light gold in colour, it’s very viscous and beads up on the glass and has lovely teardrop legs.
Nose – There’s some menthol here, sweet lemon, pineapple slices, red cherries, it’s so fruity. I’m also getting some cereal notes, sweet pastries, apricots too, and icing sugar, I do love this drop.
Palate – Man that’s a palate and a half, the abv works really well and we have strawberries, cherries, raspberries, apricots, nectarines, hard boiled fruit sweets. This develops into a more citrus fruitiness, grapefruits, pomelo, orange rind, there’s some white pepper too, and some oak coming through also.
Finish – Long, very fruity, wood and white pepper spices, it’s quite gentle tbh, and a darker fruit note also comes through just before it starts to fade, so nice.
My thoughts – I tried this Linkwood in a Tweet tasting and fell in love with it, it’s so confectionary like, and i love that flavour profile, it is a favourite to be honest.
Would i buy a bottle? – For me, who really likes this flavour profile, its a definite yes.
Notes – This bottling is presented in its natural colour, non chill filtered, and at cask strength.
Many thanks to – Dan Hipshon, founder of The Sipping Shed.Follow @TheSippingShed