Age: 19 Years Old
Style: Single Malt
Soft and finely balanced; almonds and mint and freshly cut grass.
Hot with a short, unbalanced burst of burnt barley and OTT oak; for an ungainly ride.
Lots of age; some cocoa notes. Toasty and dry. Lingers quite well.
The weaknesses which made North Port one of the poorer distilleries come to the fore at first. Completely loses direction and balance for a while but recovers in the finish thanks to some calming oak influence. The nose is very impressive though.
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