This could be a peated dram from any mainland distillery without an impressive malt profile (just like Edradour). What else to say? Nothing.
The colour is jonquiripe corn and the nose offers a modern peated highland profile that could be any mainland distillery, to be honest. What else? Nothing.
The taste is barley sugary sweet and peaty-bitter like the smoke of a burning bonfire. What else? Nothing. This could be any mainland distillery...
The dram arrives a little hot without any coating effect in the mouth and shows a minor drying-astringent moment (cold ashes). The finish is of medium length and adds no new impressions. What else? Water is not needed.