Taste: The feeling of spice is dominant, and the whole is very oily. The fruit and sweetness are just right, and the acidity is also given. This salty inexplicably brings the illusion of drinking some coastal highland plants, which is a bit of the so-called "Highland Style" that was first proposed. Except for the fact that there is no elegant peat, the overall style is slowly approaching the Caol Ila bottled in the old times, but it is still only a prototype. I have to say that the coordinator really has a lot of ideas.
End rhyme: The whole thing is relatively long, and the woody, spice and fruity flavors are all there. There is no bitterness, but the sweetness comes from the feeling of sweetness.
It's finally done. If this thing is reduced to a regular model, it is estimated that it can push its own 12yo core product, but if people don't do this, what can you do?