This particular international mingling consists of Scotch and South African whiskies, and assuming the Scottish naming rules apply, all of at least five years maturity. And while this particular bottle was not all that inspiring, I’m quite interested to check out the Three Ships South African single malt.
Dan – burn, stinky feet, sock, wet
Simon – mold? cheese? solvent. smells young
Goran – cherry, wet cement
Dan – surprising lack of burn, spiciness, smokey, sweet on tongue
Simon – sweet but incomplete, smell interferes with flavour, honey
Goran – bitter peat, mild
Dan – cuts burn, leaves spiciness
Simon – cuts burn, but not a good drink
Goran – cilantro, peat disappears
Try it? Sure, to add a country to your list. Buy it? Not necessary.