Made by Schoonspruit distillery in South Africa, presumably from a corn-based mashbill. Bottled... err... pouched locally as TotPak, imported to the US as PortaShots. 25 individually sealed pouches at 30mL apiece.
N: Oh god. A really aggressive punch of low-grade corn whiskey, acetone, raw alcohol, raw sugar, and a very strong new make character - vegetal undertones. It's so young and newmakey that I have to wonder if the color isn't completely artificial.
P: Thin, completely sugary. Totally white dog. Not hot, just raw.
F: Corn, a little bubblegum sweetness for a second. Back to corn and raw new make.
Tastes completely unaged. Atrocious. If they say this actually sat in casks, it's an odd cask: imparts a deep color but absolutely no flavor contribution. D-/F but since my "F" as of this writing (FCP Bowmore 21) actually caused me to gag and this merely caused an involuntary shudder/flinch, I think this is marginally better. I wanted to throw up AFTER drinking this, but BEFORE drinking the Bowmore. It's a fine line..