Rating: Over time, I've always liked An Turas Mor better. Right after opening the bottle, I would have evaluated it at 83 points. For half a year he tended to like me better and better. Even if it was still available, I would not necessarily need another bottle of it, but it was fun and enjoyable for me anyway. In the overall view, there are good 86 points for me.
Basic flavors: malt, peat smoke, avenger bacon, herbal, spices, iodine, vanilla
Description: An intense mixture of malt and peat smoke rises in the nose. From the soft and almost creamy style. The alcohol is well integrated. Nothing beats the nose here. A slightly sweetish bacon note is spreading and a bit of herbales is also involved. Juniper berries and a little heather make for a characterful spicy background. A touch of iodine resonates too. Then again sweet barley malt and peat smoke. Over time, some vanilla will flash through. In the overall view not very complex but in perspective consistent and delicious.
Basic flavors: peat smoke, grain, malt, spices, smoked ham, oak, almonds
Description: Gentle and creamy, the drop hits the tip of the tongue. Peat smoke and rich cereal notes are the prelude and quite quickly it gets spicy. For a moment it becomes peppery and slightly spicy. A slight warmth spreads in the mouth. The peat smoke and the barley malt finally catch the sharpness again. Also in terms of flavor there are accompanying smoked ham. The influence of the oak is more in the background. Slightly astringent, a tasty woody taste is noticeable on the background. Not old, but rather in the direction of fresh sawdust. Accompanied by a handful of bitter almonds. In a beautiful way, the oak ensures that it does not get too monotonous and boring.
Basic flavors: oak, malt, smoked ham, ashes
Description: The finish is medium in length and a consistent continuation of the taste. Increasingly drier and with a slightly bitter oak-almond undertone, sweetish barley malt, greasy smoked ham and a lot of peat smoke sound pleasantly. Finally, some ash is noticeable.