Mackmyra Preludium #5
| 21 Sep 2007 |
The fifth bottling in Mackmyra's "Preludium" series arrived recently.
Here's my review of it:
Nice nose with fresh fruity notes, also dry and "dusty" (like a rye whisky). Sweet, fruity,
oaky palate - nice but a little disappointing after the promising nose. Dry and spicy finish.
All in all it's similar in style to #4 but it's richer and more mature. Unfortunately it's a
little unbalanced and not as clean and fresh as its predecessor.
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