It’s always a treat to sample some juice from a closed distillery so it was nice to savour this particular expression from the Lowlands.
The pleasant nose starts of quite fresh and chock full of greens – almost a wet grassy morning hue in the air followed by big yellow lemons being drizzled on hard boiled candies. Finally a touch of mint and a light dusting of coconut complete a very nice nosing experience.
The velvety palate starts of white pepper spicy but then morphs into a juicy mixture of honey, mint and barley. It is very pleasant but I felt lacks the complexity favored by seasoned palates.
The dry finish is a touch minty with a not so unpleasant after taste of spicy wood.
What sets this one apart is that it is possibly the smoothest drink going down. Absolutely flawless texture.