The aroma of a chic sherry-berry mix, then peat, cinnamon, withered black berries, raisins, prunes, smoked meat. The taste is soft and tender, sweet and sour, berry, blueberry, black currant, a little sweet cherry, spicy spices and tender tart bitterness. The finish is medium with plus length, wooden-pepper, bitter, diminishes slowly and gently, leaving pepper and burnt.
Excellent sherry peatland. The barrel lay on the soft Bowmore's ayla just fine. Between the dvenashka and this spot (it was Dardest who came to me) the difference in two heads. There is some understatement in too mild taste and aftertaste, which, despite the increased strength, leave some unfinished story. But the feeling is that it was part of the plan. Brutal, strict nose and then suddenly soft taste and aftertaste. Yummy.