Official tasting notes.
“Delicate and complex; Honeycomb and marmalade meld with herbal notes of green leaf and orange blossom for a distinctly sweet and floral Single Malt”.
Luke McArthy from Oz Whisky reviews
Nose: Rich and buttery. Praline and hazelnut, fig, cream sherry and marzipan.
Palate: Thick layer of dessert wine upfront. The creamy wine and hazelnut characters from the nose rush through. Underneath, the citrusy, long-aged Hellyers Bourbon cask component provides structure and heft. A touch clovey and woody in parts, but water softens that and helps the tropical fruits and caramels along.
Finish: Stewed apple, black tea