P: WOW! Never tasted such a thing. Of great consistency with respect to the nose: we are not repeating what is written on the nose, but the range of sweet flavors (still among almond, vanilla, orange marmalade, tropical fruit) affects the tongue in flames, while the general sensation on the palate is of a truly amazing salted smoking. This intensity is perhaps the only deviation from the nose, which foreshadowed a less marked smoke: it is precisely the intensity of the smoking that strikes after 30 years in cask ...
F: never stops, a long ending until the next day ... Infinite and powerful. Ash, peat, extinguished fireplace. Tips, here and there, of mint and lemon. A little salt. Bitter orange juice.
The summary of all the words spent so far is: spectacular. The opportunities to taste whisky of this quality and this age are physiologically reducing over time, but we can guarantee that it is worth it. It is a different experience, superior, as well as educationally useful: it helps to move the bar of need upwards and to relocate much of what is usually drunk into a dimension of 'normality'. Everything is harmonious in this whisky: complexity, balance, intensity of aromas ... Everything blends perfectly, it is one and a hundred whisky together.