ABOMINATION: SAYERS OF THE LAW
– Acclaimed whisky critic - Jim Murray, The Whisky Bible
More of the same as Crying of the Puma. Except, despite the identical strengths, this has a softer all-round feel and a much more Caol Ila-style oiliness to sooth and maximize the length of the sugars and lighten the smoky load. The fruit here is negligible other than muscovado sugar mixing in with the licorice and ulmo honey. Feels older than the Puma and the spices are far more accentuated yet controlled, especially towards the complex coffee-stained finale.
94 points (Superstar whisky that gives us all a reason to live)