Like the other Highwood products, this Whisky emphasized smoothness with wheat as its base grain. This is neither good, nor bad, it is just a style.

If you want zip and power, you use more rye, If you want more sweet, you use more corn. Nothing beats barley for fruit and lightness.

But if you are looking for a savory easy-drinker, then wheat emphasis is what you are looking for. And that is what you get with Highwood products. Most reviewers find a nice, coating, mouth-feel with good viscosity.

There is a bit of spice and butterscotch on the nose, and more of the same on the palate. The smoothness carries through into the finish which trails long and soft at the same time. 

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