|Keith Wood||Glass: Glencairn
- Colour: Dark amber
- Nose: Rich and floral with perfumed furniture polish, creme brulee, mocha and dark chocolate.
- Palate: That mocha really extends onto the palate as this is lightly peppery with what I can only describe as coffee cream chocolates.
-Finish: Extremely long.
- Overall Impression: Lightly perfumed rich chocolate and coffee, delightful, nay a "Great", there, I said that magic word! |
|Oliver Klimek||Colour: Bright copper -
Nose: Cassis, dried apricots, butterscotch, cigar box, hints of old leather, minimally floral. -
Palate: Prunes, dried apricots, butterscotch, milk chocolate, cinnamon. -
Finish: Long, fruity and slightly spicy. -
Overall: A perfectly balanced and complex dram with a strong but not too dominant sherry influence. The wood manifests itself more on the nose than on the palate. |