Appearance – Straw in coloured, it beads up on the glass, and has thick legs.
Nose – The first aroma is Menthol freshness, oak and pencil shavings, pontifract cakes, it’s also Biscuity and slightly nutty, with furniture polish, and lemon oil.
Palate – Honey straight away, white pepper, bbq meat, and slight smoke, with toffee, vanilla, cranberry, raisins, a little Cocoa bitterness, and oak.
Finish – medium in length, quite sweet actually, more golden syrup, brown sugar, and flapjack, very nice.
My thoughts – Another great whisky from the Whisky Works, and thoroughly enjoyed it tbh.
Would I buy a bottle? – Yes, and you knew it, a loverly whisky I’d happily sit with a drop of at any time.
Thanks to – @WhiskyGregg (Twitter), whyteandmackay, @TheWhiskyWire (Twitter), and @TweetTastings (Twitter).
Picture credit – The Whisky Exchange.