As a peat fan, I found this thoroughly enjoyable. It’s unique among whiskies I’ve tried as I don’t recall ever getting such a distinct peach flavor (or even a faint one, at that). This was bursting with flavor, and the color is unbelievably light for the age and only a second fill barrel. I found myself thinking, “This is what an unpeated whisky should taste like.” Hell of a cask, this one.
Buttery and malty. Putty. Light stone fruit.
Malty, peach, minor heat, cereal.
Bigger malt and cereal. Peach leaps out after. Long.