fine peat, a little dry, vanilla and a little cooked lemon, a little spices too
a floral side in return
the peat present, but not very strong, intense smoke is grafted on it, fruits on undifferentiated yellow fruits, simple, creamy, easy for an Islay rite or for a starter for a variation because it is nice , but monolithic, almost watery in the mouth in fact
spicy, peppery, peaty again finally, velvety and vanilla, lemon with a little cream that hides the acidity!
bitterness spoils the finale of this light dram.
for the price, don't hide your face, you are dealing with a real Islay from elsewhere who wins the pawn with a lot of whiskys from elsewhere.