May I introduce to you; "SlyrPenDarker"
Take 6 parts Slyrs Bavarian Malt, which, you may remember, has the ignominious pleasure of nosing and tasting like "Rubber Wellies" (yes, really, as per my previous tasting notes on this malt). Add to this, 2 parts Penderyn (he who shall encompass a taste of Juniper and Gin-like qualities), then add a further 2 parts Bowmore darkest to add a little sherry, colour and smoothness.
The result is SlyrPenDarker.
A most pleasing dram with a faint nose of Schwarzwald Schinken (Fresh Black Forest ham) with a very light juniper crust.
The flavour is one of juniper berries, raisins and other dark fruits with just a delightful hint of smoke, as in the Black Forest ham type.
The aftertaste is sweet honey and just a little marzipan.
Oh my goodness, Black Foresst ham with marzipan aftertaste.
This is pretty dram good stuff.
But quite unusual and NOT a hint of rubber wellies anywhere!
There you go Jan, fit that one into the forum tasting notes if you can!