Sharp, strong and full of that fat, heavy bass we all want in an Assam. A hearty singular malt is well ornamented with flavors of brown sugar, spices and metal. Big and bestial like a bronze war elephant.
stiffer than wood. brassy and solid. prototypical Assam astringency with a profound bottom end. mealy.
metal is not a bad thing to taste in an Assam as long as it is not the only or prominent feature, which in this one it is not.
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