From North East Germany – Single Cask, new American white oak – ca. 55%
My Tasting Notes:
Colour: Bright gold
Nose: Lemon covered in sawdust, green apple peel, porridge, vanilla, eucalyptus, hints of white pepper.
Palate: Candied lemon, fresh apple, liquorice with eucalyptus, vanilla, ginger and pepper.
Finish: Long, fruity and spicy.
Overall: Bold spicy flavours dominate this whisky. While you can notice it is not very old, the fresh wood does a good job in covering the signs of youth. It might be a controversial dram but I like it.
Rating: 83/100 – Price Tag $$$$$ – Value for your Money $$$$$
Note: When I bought the sample from their stand at a whisky show I was not aware that the distillery bottles numbered single casks, so I cannot give you the dask details.