Sivuha immediately in the nose. Let stand 10 minutes and immediately better, but not a fountain. Inedible varnish motifs ... smoke, sulfur, matches ... Taste is like Kilchoman ... Too young. The finish is weak and not bright.
It is a lively whiskey that is fun and a good example of the smoky style. That said, you have to really be a fan of the smoky / peaty style of whiskey to fully enjoy it and it is not for the faint hearted! Some might find it too smoky, strong or concentrated in flavor.
Lots of grain and dried grass (think of hay and straw), some vanilla, honey and a hint of tangy lemon, almond, salty notes and of course rod, cool wood smoke, malt and peat.
Fiery and warm with lots of burnt ash, peat, smoke, wood, barbecue, bitter iodine, toffee, phenol notes and chili spice, with sweet notes of vanilla, icing sugar and honey provides balance.
Long, lean and seasoned with ash and chili notes lingering in particular. The robust grain / oats taste for more and more over time.
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