Nose: Crisp, fresh beer with an underlying spiciness soon emerge from initial bubblegum notes. Black pepper fresh ground, and lots of vanilla.
Palate: Wow. It's Broadside. But the spirit version. Crisp pint of bitter with a vanilla spice sweetness. Some subtle biscuit malt notes but still very fresh.
Finish: As with the nose, it's like you've just swallowed the first sip of your pint, fresh from Southwold in spirit form.
Overall: Well worth a try for beer and whisky lovers alike. It's unique and rather delicious. We can imagine cocktail enthusiasts are going to have a field day with this, and await the results with interest.