The scent has floral notes, a whiff of sweet vanilla, walnuts, almonds and coffee beans. The taste is strong and warm with hints of anise, cinnamon and a tinge of bergamot. The finish is crisp and herbal with a faint essence of tobacco. This is how whisky experts describe the years after the velvet revolution rediscovered Hammer Head. But how was this Czech single malt whisky ever forgotten?
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