Peat and leather (so characteristic of Lagavulin, as far as I'm concerned!) Intense but without violence, on the nose. Spray. It's young, at first. Over time, a malty note is added. In the mouth, warm with an intense peat but also a certain greediness. The finish is pickling spices. With a little water, the peaty note diminishes a little on the nose to leave room for other aromas such as lemon or grapefruit. In the mouth, did he help himself? Oh no! On the contrary, even: the peat comes back in strength, the spices bite as ever. It has thickness, almost a fat side and I detected a subtle note of chocolate. The final, powerful and peppery, is very long and long after, remains a small sensation of leather to complete the loop.