N: Watery with burnt hair, kind of a funky off note from the wood too. Plastic, a little solvent, some low grade overripe fruit. A faint hint of garbage. Water brings the burnt hair and plastic notes up.
P: A weird mix of bitter and slightly sweet, a little bit of plastic, apple cores, that burnt hair note. Hot with time. Water keeps the burnt hair taste and brings a little woody fruit with some pepper.
F: Hot and uneven, a little old apple core, a bit of the plastic quality again. Water helps this by taming some of the more objectionable notes, but it's still off.
Flawed in the extreme, this is very reminiscent of the DT Glen Elgin that had a similar burned hair/plastic quality. Has to be some sort of a cask flaw or taint; it's pretty foul. The search for an acceptable Brechin continues.