Lemon, beeswax, sea breeze on a flowering mudflats.
Wild honey aromas and gingerbread spices lie dormant behind the pronounced spiciness.
A first impression!
A fat oiliness, saline associations, of course, we are in Campbeltown after all. Yes, there is a hint of machine oil - or rather walnut oil. Black olives tapenade.
Restrained fruit, rather smooth and round elegance with tart but not bitter notes, the lemon is never too sour, it all fits!
Gently fading, oak is more than wood oil with a clove aroma perceived without annoying tannins. Sounds as elegant as it was on the palate.