Ardbeg, Bowmore, Caol Ila and Port Ellen (!). This should be the blend. Something in the mix went wrong.
And for 60 EUR you should have expected a bit more.
Probably only three-year whiskeys were used, diluted with water and a drop of Port Ellen for the label as a decoy.
The 87 points can only come from someone who sells the whiskey but does not want to drink it himself.
The 1 point probably comes from a disappointed Big Peat fan.
Both ratings should not be overvalued or undervalued. The truth will be somewhere in between. My 79 points also reward a little the original and funny label.
A bottle to collect, not to drink.
Pleasant smell, light smoke, salt water, vanilla and citrus flavors, fresh green fruits, no alcohol in the nose. Very mild
Unfortunately, the taste does not meet the expectations of the smell. The alcohol overrides the flavors. Hay meadows, chili, some oak.
Relatively short. Some oak, a slight hint of citrus.