Combine Ardbeg (Islay) and Mortlach (Speyside)? It's like creating something like a retread tire. In my opinion, such a "miracle" should be disposed of, not used for driving and, importantly, taking care of my driving comfort and safety.
And yet!!! Only a madman could think of it ... And he did it (and I will not be delighted with this tire)!
It is more than good. When you drink you have a mish - you have it. Sweetness combined with heavy smoke, the delicacy of Danish lemon cake, too flavored (the one from the 90s wrapped in colorful foil), fused into one body, until it hurts from behind a late-fired, burnt shortcake taken from the oven, made with a manual meat grinder by my grandmother.
And now "the icing on the cake". You add the minimum amount of water and you feel smoked bacon in your nostrils, and in your mouth the taste of ash and heavily burnt torch (charcoal?), All wrapped in a citrus T-shirt.
The funniest thing is that I got stupid and I don't know when it is better in virgin standard or after splashing with water?
sweet, quite smoky, citrusy, slightly wet and stale peat
oily, slightly peppery, buttery, lemon zest sponge cake, delicate spring onion
very long, pleasant, with delicate chili chocolate and a well-baked biscuit