A good Islay malt. He might like me ... nope, nonsense. Too expensive.
Pleasant campfire smoke that quickly recedes in favor of citrus, malt and grassy floral notes. A pleasant honey sauce makes your mouth water, plus grapes, apple and apricot. In the background vanilla and fudge, some leather and licorice. Very complex.
Pure: Pfeffriger onset, again pleasant smoke. Oily and heavy. Getting drunk, honey over liquorice drops. Again floral and light (apple / citrus) fruit. Then again grass notes and malt, the liquorice becomes coffee notes, and the leather is back. In addition comes Eichenwuerze. With water: The fruit increases, he gets slightly sweeter. Then take the liquorice.
Long and dry. Smoke, licorice, oak, leather and floral grassy sounds.
Savoury peatsmoke with fresh lime & lemon. Takes quite alot of water, holds the form and opens up beautifully. Granny Smith, hints of lime (calcium carbonate), chalk-liquorice (a candy), almond-milk, honey, fresh rosemary. The smokiness turns sweeter. This is very good peat smoke, rounded and soft, not a bruiser. Fruity and almost candied: the citrus-apple side talks loudly.
Sweet smoke. Honey, citrus-tee powder, piquant chalkiness, a bit of air-dried ham, celery, salmiak-liquorice, gently round and sweetish. A little chocolate, pecan nuts. An interesting paraffiny nuttiness.
Gentle and round maltiness, citrus. Rather long.
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