The earthy peat signature of Ruadh Maor really shines here. There is a bit of antiseptic notes, but the rest of the peat is neither acrid nor ashy. It also does not wander into farmy or manuer-y territory either. While those characters are not inherently bad, the sole earthiness of this peated malt is very pleasant - almost reminds me of mountain tracks. I really enjoyed it as what it is.
Meaty, dried apricot, slightly winey, milk chocolate, antiseptic, earthy peat, savory
Grilled & juiced oranges, outdoor barbecue pit, salted caramel toffee, earthy peat, smoked bacon, thick oily texture, dark chocolate
Slight antiseptic, earthy smoke, cocoa with heavy cream, savory meat, just above average in length, slight mint, hint of tobacco