That extra punch makes it a lot bolder and lifts it considerably.
Sweet, zesty, lemon.
Not much peat, but there's sherry.
Not refined, sherry notes are actually a little "rough",
musky, stale dry raisins.
Leather and tobacco mixed with damp wood.
Good texture, almost oily.
Arrives sweet, then citric.
First sip feels a bit thin, but at 46% it recovers nicely.
Yellow fruits giving way to growing pepper and chocolate bisquits.
Taste fades a bit too quick, a little drying wood.
Peppery warmth is very long though.