Palate: Huge peat, tons of ash. Astray licking at its best. A few malty notes here and there. Old leather. Getting bitter. With tar and carbolic soap.
Finish: Very long. Waves of peat and smoke Keep on coming and hitting the palate.
All in all, this is not the most complex whisky you can get, but it’s not supposed to be that. It’s young, kicking and delivers the right amount of peat and smoke to you : The peat-head. If you are not keen on peat, or prefer lighter whiskies, look elsewhere. A very nice wintery dram, simple, and to the point. Will surely keep you warm in the winter nights.