A delicious blended malt that is rich and resinous and gives a few hints to its identity away on the label.
The 'Soup Town' reference may suggest that this is a 'tea-spooned whisky' (the act of putting a drop of whisky into a barrel to make it a blend, rather than a single malt) and the runway strip may reference an American air base not far from the Scottish town of Campbeltown...
In the bottlers own words:
"Another delicious-y blended malt loop on our whisky belt. This bottling has been produced using a “teaspoon” of another expression from a top secret distillery that we absolutely cannot name. So here’s another interesting piece of artwork to throw you off course. As you can see, there’s a queue building along the lovely high street of Souptown. Heading for the The Bonny, Bonny Bank, the crowd pass Glen Coacher Taxis and Highlander Blooms Florist. The town also seems to host a major runway, with two US bombers inbound."
Nose: Rich, smooth, cocoa, black cherries, hazelnut, subtle spice.
Palate: Spiced honeydew melon, grapes, freshness.
Finish: Complex, hazelnut, smooth sweetness to sharp citrus, raisins, plums.
- Blended Malt