The color is golden, suggesting that most barrels were refillable.
The nose is slightly closed at the beginning, it begins to develop gradually, meeting with bright freshness, then delicate peat slips through, and recedes into the background, where it is present all the time with a slight haze. Further, white fruits, citrus fruits, apples, a little salt, pepper, a little vanilla appear, oiliness and resinousness are felt, nuts slip with light notes, and then everything goes on to herbs and notes of anise. Whisky lasts a very long time in a glass. It is not bright, but at the same time it is quite complex and rich in undertones, it is pleasant to sit with it for a long time and delve deeply.
The taste is soft, even, with delicate peat, citrus fruits, light pepper, herbs, nuts and anise.
The aftertaste is long-lasting, slightly spicy, delicately peaty, with citrus fruits, herbs, vanilla, fruits, chocolate, nuts, anise and light coniferousness.
The whisky is very well balanced. Nothing sticks out here, everything is normal. It is very complex and delicate. There are no bright motives in it, but many small undertones that enrich the organoleptic palette of the whisky.