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Bottled from a single hogshead, full of youthful exuberance and full on Brett funk? One for the wild fermented beer lovers! Did you know mark once lived at Inchgower – maybe that is why there is a Belgian beer element to this whisky!
Lambic beer, ribena, blackcurrent, dramp grass cuttings.
Cocoa beans, rasberries, whipped cream.
Dark Chocolate with more grassy flavours coming through again.
Nose – Young but dusty with overripe, hairy peaches. Quite sour, quite weird, but there’s a really lovely, rounded fruit in here too. Warm, soft fruit toffee. That Brett-y note over the top is compelling, yet it’s not quite a durian/Chinese supermarket funk.
Body – Off sweet, dusty and sour again, with sesame snaps and coffee granules in a damp cup. Quite a cereal bitterness to it in a way, but not unbalanced.
Finish – Short and musky, not much fruit in the end just sweetness and body.