The first whisky made entirely in the Cotswolds, and what a fabulous first effort it is. Youthful and vibrant on the nose, plenty of cigar box, rolling tobacco with plenty of leather as well. The palate is again youthful, rounded, and creamy, some nice barrel integration and some more honeyed, vanilla notes that linger on the palate. It’s so exciting to see what is starting to emerge in the English Whisky scene. The Cotswolds are clearly making sure they make the most natural and best quality product they can. One to watch very closely.