Tasting note from distillery:
The nose here is unusually spicy and savory with bready notes of caraway, cumin, curry, mustard and a subtle herbal backbone.
The flavors follow suit for the most part but does veer off a little just to keep things interesting. There is even more bread and caraway along with oregano, bergamot, an interesting saké-like note followed by a burst of pure smoke on finish.
The body is fairly rich and while quite enjoyable, it is more of an intellectual study in mezcal than a weekday quaffer.