Flicking through the latest edition of the Whisky Bible I can see that Murray decided this one was riddled with sulphur. Amazingly its not. Perhaps a bad sample as suggested in his introduction? There is a faint remnant but I suppose its all too easy to be a diva and write off something immediately. That’s why I do try to buy bottles at least 20cl in size but mainly the standard 70cl. Then, take that extra time to enjoy the bottle, as experience shows me whiskies I’ve dismissed come to life further down the fill level you submerge.
This is a powerful sherry beasty. A robust dram that won’t find favour with everyone.