Grapefruit juice and smoked trout - I think I've never had this combo in the glass before.
62.7% is an announcement, and much more than the aforementioned flavor I do not get pulled out, so half a teaspoon of water on the 3cl Dram.
Now he makes clear, peat smoke comes to light, as well as other citrus fruits such as lemons and tangerines. Overall, it looks very fresh and refreshing. Sea salt, fresh seaweed, sea water with a light oil film (well, is not exactly fresh, but hey). Pepper and nutmeg, also rape honey and squeaky sweet quince jelly.
Very pleasant start, almost soft, because you could almost thicken the water diluted with whisky again a bit. Creamy mouthfeel, toffee, milk chocolate, coffee beans. Mild smoke, some wood. Roasted lemon slices, seaweed, chain fat, grilled cod.
Medium to long finish, becomes increasingly sweeter and leaves the maritime and smoky notes behind. Lime slices, oranges, and then again the smoke of a cold peat fire.