A very pronounced cocoa note (nibs rather than powder) arrives with a lovely rich buttery pastry smell. From then on, its creamed coconut, light fudge, a hint of very delicate coffee, vanilla and fresh cream. Lovely.
Milky and sweet, leading into swirls of vanilla fudge, more coconut (macaroons), chopped nuts and cream.
Light, but not short of flavour. The coconut is dominant, alongside a rich
A toss up with No.1 (Balbalir 83) for whisky of the month from me.