Where do I start?
Playful and sherried; think Christmas cake or that illicit under the mistle-toe kiss with that hot third-cousin you've always fancied.
Imagine a pound pot of chilli marmalade banging you on the teeth. For the first time I understand what a whiskey writer says when he says you could break your teeth on the malt. Spicy and fruity all the way through.
That pot of spicy marmalade gives you another few clatters on the tonsils, accompanied with (dare I say it) a smooth lingering awareness that you may have to have the key to the bottle kept far away from your grasping mitts....
P.S. That oily linseed texture roots around your adenoids before making free with your fridge, your wallet and your beer.
Ladies and gentlemen forgive my verbosity, but I just fell in love with a pirate; who knew she'd be from Cork...........
Malt-Teaser wrote:would you like to elaborate on that third cousin?
And does she have a sister?
Thanks for the notes. I'm going to go back to the bottle later to hunt down that spicy marmalade.
Are you planning a comparison with 12yo? That would be interesting.
I've never had the pleasure of trying the RB15 myself, only RB12 which is excellent and I get the sense that RB15 is a good bit better.
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