Very dominant vanilla. In addition, strong, freshly cut wood. Fruitiness is also present, not very fresh mirabelles and quinces. Pear and floury apples.
Gooseberries and kiwi are found as sour flavors. And then there is, very hidden, a sweet smoke.
He tolerates water properly, then the malt opens again and reveals the (for my sensation) typical Caol Ila citrus fruits. Lemon and lime, a little bit of grapefruit.
In the mouth, cotton candy, kiwi, juicy orange. Then some croissant, some milk chocolate.
Medium in length, initially sweet, develops into bitter almond with a drop of lemon juice.
He is young, he is not particularly complex, he realizes. But he has a nice profile and is pretty easy to drink. He doesn't quite meet my taste, other unpeated could convince more.