That Boutique-y Whisky Company, Master of Malt
Gold, tinge of copper
Nose: Brass polish, lemon juice, hay, soy sauce, hints of leather, hints of cinnamon.
Mouthfeel: Medium body, thickens slightly, chewy, sticky.
Tasting: Salty sweet. Leather, lemon juice, raisins, pears, black tea, hints of soy sauce.
Finish: Long. Black tea, raisins, pears, hints of cinnamon.
I liked Batch #6, and this one lives up to that standard. Somewhat like a young Rosebank, maybe vatted with a little Yamazaki (what I wouldn't give to try that vatting!), this is really fragrant with savoury umami notes. Great nutty finish too.
I like this.