No, of course, there are no repulsive or brah notes in it. But I absolutely did not hear Bowmore's charm this time. The aroma is not bad, but then we just smoke around the fire, watching the shashlik burn to coal, strung alternately with meat with lemon slices.
Russian soul - darkness. It seems to be a tribute to peat fashion that captures the mind and leads to ... Ashes to Ashes :)
If you do not touch the glass, the aroma of the whiskey that breathed is very pleasant. Ardbeg profile with interweaving from Caol Ila. Lemons, baked on the fire with coal and wild red berries with salt, and all this is placed in a creamy honey casing. Very fresh and spring scent. When rolling, more medicine, malt, grain, dry hay is manifested. The fragrance has blossomed, and you can make the first big conclusion: THIS BLENDE MOLTA REQUIRES TIME FOR AERATION IN A BOTTLE!
The taste is strongly coal-medical, bitter unripe berries, dry tannins. Almost no fruitiness, except lemons with zest. Charred barbecue, and Ash ... Ash ... Ash ...
TIME CAN'T CHANGE TASTE FOR THE BEST! :)
The aftertaste is a stabilized taste with smoothly damped cigarette smoke, ash and light oak tones ...
The most uninteresting of all the tested BIG PEAT.