This is a release from Edradour, who is owned by Sigantory Vintage. It is matured in Grand Arome rum casks (can't say I've run into these before).
Bredy, sweet. Loads of apples, and pears. Honey, lots of rich toffee. Some souring here, faintly lactic. Almost like cheese, if that isnt too out there. Orange peel, lemon bread.
Think to medium mouth feel. No real heat. Vanilla, apples and pears. Mildly lactic and sour. Faintly chalky, lots of cream here with some brown sugar and pepper.
Short to medium in length, with faint pepper and sweet bread-y fruits. Lots of cream, honey and apples.
Super bread-y and really, really unique. Not super remarkable, though, at least to my palate. The chalky, lactic, sour notes really degrade from what I was hoping to see from those casks.