A somewhat closed Bowmore, who clearly wins with time and water. The bitterness is quite strong, which gives negative points.
Ashy smoke, moldy wood, gooseberries and light grapes, very fine citrus notes, mineral, some leather, fatty orange peel, with water it is very creamy sweet and vanilla comes to it
First, the musty wood and a lot of sweet citrus notes, the bright grapes are also found again, then presses first the smoke and again it is mineral, then squeeze a slightly bitter oak, also here brings water creaminess
The sweetness dominates first, then very fine smoke, the oak remains slightly bitter with the smoke and a slightly sparkling Britzeln long in the mouth, from the second sip it stays forever