It's probably as young as they are allowed to come, and it's excessively colored to an almost sherry bomb hue.
It's very simple,yet quite enjoyable, and at £19 I don't regret buying a couple of bottles.
Very sweet, in a candy like way.
Honey mellon, white fruits.
A fair amount of earthy peat smoke.
A little watery mouth feel, but what can be expected from a 40% blend?
There's an undefinable sweetness to it.
Beside that there is very little else than smoke and peat.
Maybe some dark roasted coffee.
It's very one dimentional and simple, but actually surprisingly easy drinkable.
The peat has a very good lenght to it. Vegetal and earthy.
If you enjoy peat and have your expectation set on par with the price I think this will be to your liking.