Granitic, stony and heady peat. A net of smoke. Heather, iodine. Pebbles in the bed of a very clear river, at the top of the mountain. A little humus. With the addition of water, an ounce of white fruit. Wax. White chocolate. After a few minutes, the tire and the tar, a vague medicinal touch.
On the palate, it is a bit young, but already velvety, herbaceous, vanilla, quite sweet, not at all alcoholic, and slightly fruity. White pepper, spices, then a very nice, vegetable, vanilla finish, just bitter enough, not too violent and long enough. Caramel and nails in retro-olfaction.
I hear here and there that it is Laphroaig, but I really have the impression to find there a raw version of barrel of the Kilchoman Machir Bay.