Tested at a whisky studio opening.
Thanks again to the owner!
From a distance it can be guessed that this is an Octomore.
Heavy peat note, leathery with a little sweetness.
Fruity, a little honey, maybe a little fresh fruit. You can feel the high alcohol content, which, however, pleasantly unfolds its strength on the tongue.
Here again the 133ppm really comes into its own.
Despite the sharpness, I was surprised by the pleasant finish.
After 8cl you should maybe pause the Octomore a little, otherwise the tasting could end badly.
Among us Steiers;
He's just gawking out the Liachta !!