Has distant resemblance to anything between Kilkerran 12 and Longrow 18 through the wood wort that is somewhere between thermo spruce and smoke.
For the really big litter, he lacks even more striking properties.
And: you need a lot of the good stuff to decode it. But a mature achievement.
Sweet-tart heather flowers, naturally cloudy apple juice with a good dash of lemon, somewhat perfume-like dried figs, eucalyptus foam bath with a slight pine resin note, wet leaves and a hint of graphite.
Creamy-oily in the mouth, dark mint chocolate, date cream, very nice development. Mild.
Sweetened latte macchiato, long-lasting, then mocha with Moroccan mint and finally sweet tree sap.