Apart from that, it can still be drunk quite well.
For a Bowmore, it has a very intense and pronounced smoke note. In addition warm cherry juice, grapes, raisins, leather. Moist wood, warm, earthy floor. A herbal mix of chervil, mint and parsley. Furniture polish.
Starts with a pleasant creme brulee, cocoa, toffee and hazelnut brittle. Only mildly smoky, but dry and right from the start with a good stack of wood. Slightly bitter herbs slowly work their way forward. A fruit note whose identification is difficult at first, but then turns out to be dried figs and dates. Old leather. After a while, the smoke takes on strength and lies dry on the tongue.
Medium length, dry, smoky. A little fruit is still there, but the focus is on dry wood, some chocolate and smoke in the finish.