is better than the 8 Year Old (which was not too great in itself). The peat
plays too little a role, making the name Peat Chimney somewhat misplaced.
Having said that, a bottle is less than 35 EUR. Thanks, Marc!
It is very promising
on the nose. Baked apples and pear drops with some vanilla are immediately
joined by wet earth. Hints of ashes. The peat is pretty quiet. The nose is
While it is very soft
on the palate, not much remains of the sweet nose. Now the spices (pepper,
ginger) and the peat speak. Well, the peat quickly retreats again. Yes, it
falls back to make room for a sour touch. Bunna in the mix? Midpalate it
becomes more sweet again. The whole is very soft and quite quaffable.
The finish is mildly
smoky on ashes, vanilla and a touch of liquorice.