A gush of smoke in the ashes, ashen, and with lots of citrus fruit. Malty sweetness, some almonds, very subtly salty with some time in the mouth. The body is slightly oily.
Medium long, rather flat, malty with a touch of oak.
Conclusion: As a start for those who want to slowly approach Islay whisky certainly a good start, he also shows the Brennereicharakter really good on display. I would not estimate him older than 6-8 years, he is also very bright in color. The few euros more to 12 years old, but I would take in any case in the hand.