With an Abv of 46% giving this blended malt enough power, making it just a pleasant drink for sure.
Pretty full nose, peatsmoke, fake leather, rubber, 'Scapino experience'. But then, the mixed-in Highland malt comes in, and brings fruitiness, apples, hay, dried grass. Cow stable now, and pretty strong alcohol.
Some sal ammoniac at first, a little pepper, sweet smoke, ash. Also some sweetness, vanilla and honey. Pretty strong, some licorice now.
Still a little pepper, sweet smoke, licorice, a little bit of wood fire, and some honey and vanilla. Middle long finish.