The 10 years old reviewed here comes in a small 0.5L bottle with 43% vol.
- Nose: Honey, ripe fruits, yeasty, sweet, wood glue, very reminiscent of the old Amrut 40% expression
- Mouth: A tad damp cardboard, mild, creamy, sweet
- Finish: Some wood influence - but in a very unusual style which I find hard to describe - maybe like oak with rosewater. Again a tad cardboard, chili, medium long, an alcoholic taste lingers from some time.
Comments: Not really feeling this one. The style is very unusual and hard to compare to other whiskies, also the cardboard isn't very pleasant.