Recommendation: The time factor plays a big role in the Malt. He needs the hand warmth and 3-4 minutes of oxygen.
At the beginning, marzipan, coconut and walnut are in the air, followed by toffee and honey. Slowly the fruits are coming in, like strawberries, plums and cherries. After a while, the focus is on raisins and grapefruit, which develop into spicy and woody nuances. Oak with roasted coffee beans cover the complex scent.
The oak is in the foreground in the beginning, but then come huge fruity and sweet aromas of caramel, coconut and blossom honey mixed with oranges and tropical fruits - a very good balance.
Very long and persistent, now you can feel nuts and tropical fruits, followed by delicate caramelized honey with fruit pieces of orange and pineapple. Just overwhelming - a great Bruichladdich!