Taste: Heck...I wonder if you have ever drunk the "big white pear" in the Northeast, and replaced that fruity taste with lemon + citrus + pineapple, just that kind of texture. Some indescribable spice flavors, and then very fresh, with a little woody tones, the kind of wood that is full of vitality in the sun, and the feeling of breeze blowing when you go to Forest Park in good weather. Slowly, a little chocolate flavor came out, which was actually quite unexpected. It's just that the alcohol feels a bit outrageous when swallowed, and it still burns a bit.
End rhyme: The length of this end rhyme is obviously not as good as that of his 8yo brothers without peat. Obviously, the year has improved, but the effect is not very good. In addition to lemongrass, there are also some flowery notes.
Judging from the age of the wine, it should be the same period of 07SR wine. It seems to be the direction of making Vintage98 into 08SR. It may be that the official is also a little satisfied or tasted the sweetness. But in general, the performance of this 10yo is actually not as good as that of 08SR. The sense of alcohol will play out, and I have no idea what the effect is after two years. Good or bad, good, good or bad, no. Of course, these are all things to look back at. Caol Ila's own peat-free SR has also been released, at least it has come to an end, and I say this is a bit of an afterthought.