Palate: A lovely combination of red fruit, ripe blood orange, and smoke. There’s also peat smoke, and sea spray, pepper and spices. Although it’s a heavily peated whisky, it’s very drinkable, mainly because of the Madeira influence.
Finish: Dark chocolate, tobacco leaf, sweet smoke and chili.
Conclusion: Of course I am not very objective here, but I absolotely love this whisky. Very drinkable, yet packs a nice peaty punch, and the Madeira works great with the peat, if I might say so.