Full review alongside five other undisclosed Islay whisky: https://keinehalbendrinks.de/2022/01/04/verborgenes-islay/
A large pot with a broth of herbs, spices and fruits simmers over a peat fire. Goes in the direction of Christmas spices and scents. An ancient wooden table is prepared next to it. From pickling to the final wax layer, everything is included. And where the broth can still come up with a certain sweetness, the furniture is rather a dry.
The fruitiness increases. All kinds of dried fruits are served. Cherries, plums, berries. The fire is now more of a ember and it wafts ash and smoke through the room. A rum pot is opened and a pipe is stuffed. With soaking wet tobacco.
The nose and taste were loud and almost overwhelming. It is now getting rather quiet. Salty notes remain on the tongue. The bitter notes of grated fruit seeds are slowly rising. Cherry pastilles and cold espresso release the last flavors before it disappears dry.