The oldest Big Peat in this series of 3 at 27 years old.
But surprisingly smoky with lots of smoked bacon, ham and a campfire.
At the same time somewhat light and dark fruits, which I cannot exactly determine, however.
That would speak for increased complexity, also the balanced roundness and softness.
Very balanced with a clear oak barrel character and wood influence, but without becoming bitter or astringent.
Due to the still high smokiness, I would suspect a significant proportion of Caol Ila.
For me a very clear recommendation.
I find it very complex and tasty.