Mouth: very sweet now, with a lot of green apples, grassy peat, cold ashes and white pepper. Oranges. Kippers and smoked tea. Just a hint of chocolate towards the end.
Finish: medium, more chocolate, smoke and dried herbs.
A very fine malt, especially since it’s only 4 years old. Younger notes nicely mixed with more mature elements. You’re paying a big premium for helping this young distillery move forward, but I must say it does show potential.