70 cl / 40%
The nose of Slyrs is full-creamy, with vanilla and fruits. The palate is malty, with hints of mocha-chocolate. Towards the finish it becomes somewhat bitter and woody-dry. Despite then use of wood smoke, I can’t detect any similarities with the best-known wood-smoked malt whisky: St George. Slyrs does have an unusual note playing through the more familiar notes of fruit and malt. Difficult to put my finger on, but it reminds me a bit of acetone. To me, Slyrs is by far the best German whisky I have tasted so far. Curious how it will develop over the coming years, and also what longer maturation
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