Nose: Crisp, fresh beer with an underlying spiciness. Black pepper, fresh ground, and lots of vanilla. It's not at all got that new make spirit whiff to it, which it is nice surprise.
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.