Excerpt: look, I know I should write lukewarm comments because of the price, because of the unlikely packaging (sure it’s all a matter of taste) and so on, but I’m sorry, I love it. Now, who’s that Loki? A girl? What’s sure is that she beats Thor in my book, fair and square.
Excerpt: Named for a particularly “treacherous and mischievous” character in Norse mythology, it makes sense that instead of a gentle fade, this Scotch grows brawnier and more drying with repeated sips.
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The second release in Highland Parks Valhalla Collection following last years Thor release. Loki is Thor's adoptive brother, a mischievous soul, possibly even a shape-shifter and certainly an enigmatic character.
Buttered biscuits, sweet wine. Caramel, offee, salt, faint smoke. Almost a salted caramel feel to it.
Medium mouthfeel, sweet caramel. Peat smoke, pepper, faint salinity. Almost mildly jammy with some citrus. The peat is mostly ashy smoke, not too vegetal or bandage-y.
Long, peppery, smoky. Nice and sweet. This blends pretty well overall.
Interesting, diverse and enjoyable. Mostly sweet, some smoke, some salinity. I think more smoke would have helped this out but it was enjoyable nonetheless.
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