WeirdWizard says on October 10, 2021
A blend of over 100 different whiskeys. NAS. Despite the name, this is not barrel proof, but rather 51.4% ABV. The bottle is an interesting brick shape with a simple, clean label. I'm not a fan of the twist cap as opposed to the traditional cork. It makes it feel cheap, which this wasn't. Drinks like a highland scotch with pleasant honey and floral notes, but a bit spicer. The mouthfeel is a bit thinner than I would like and I feel like not being barrel proof held this back a bit.
Lots of honey. There's also some wildflowers, leather, oak, caramel, and black pepper. There's some subtler scents of fresh cut grass and faint peat smokiness. Not much of the alcohol present, which makes this an easy on to sniff.
Medium heat. Medium mouthfeel. Starts off sweet with notes of honey, caramel, and vanilla, but the spice jumps in quickly after that. Lots of black pepper, some mint and thyme, flowers. A bit of leather, milk chocolate, and oak. There's some light fruit notes like fresh strawberries and something light red jello. I like this, but wish it had a thicker mouthfeel.
Fruity notes start to pick up, especially strawberries. But also the smokiness from the nose is back and stronger than before. There's some subtle anise as well.