Notes from a blind tasting.
Campfire and barbeque right when pouring. After taking a breather, it offers a rich and full bouquet of hickory smoke, scorched honey, A1 steak sauce, and a smoldering, half-burned campfire. Hard coal and some olive wood also seem to be in the fire. Behind the smoke is still more, something grassy, cereal. After a long time, the barbeque notes have disappeared, a slightly sour basic profile is formed. Speyside Peat.
In the mouth it is dark-sweet with also slightly sour hints. It starts extremely soft and then comes powerfully powerful. Hardly any bitterness. The mouthfeel is very oily.
First, it warms for a long time before it then slowly merges into a drying fading.