A nice oily texture…
Lindores MCDXCIV Commemorative First Release Single Malt Whisky
The first release from one of the latest distilleries to be built in Scotland. And what a location: Lindores Abbey founded 1191. And as all whisky history buffs know, that famous quote from Friar John Cor in 1494 or MCDXCIV.
From WhiskyNotes.de, “A nice oily texture, but quite a few harsher notes now. Pepper, nutmeg and clove, a big grainy core, some aniseed and vague hints of apple skins. Light caramel. More lemons, a little beer. None of the casks seem to have the upper hand (good) but the wood spice is altogether rather loud. Fairly short, with peppery oak, a bitter edge and vanilla”.