Quite possibly the greatest thing about whiskey is its diversity. Flavor profiles are generated and differentiated by ingredients, distillation techniques, and geographic location. The culture, knowledge/experience, and personal preferences of the distiller also have a large effect on the outcome of the spirit.
The nose of Bastille is very unique. Its light and florally, with just a touch of a Highland Scotch scent.
Bastilles taste really stands out, too.
Immediately after, youll notice a bit of a malty taste, which fades into the florally flavor you previously experienced.
Bastille French Whisky is another example of a unique whisky I would recommend trying, if anything, to say youve had a French whisky.
This whisky is light enough to drink neat.