Aroma: braised fire, crust of black bread with cumin, moistened apples, coal dust, later sweetness: honey, apple jam, brown sugar, all accompanied by smoke; oak chips, a very pleasant aroma of freshly ground coffee, in the background oil products and a medical office.
Taste: smoky mineral, some salt, extra dark chocolate, strong espresso, activated charcoal, apple jam, Borodinsky bread crust, a little red pepper.
Finish: longer than average, smoke, a bit of oak, a pleasant coffee bitterness, sweet and sour, mineral-salty, gradually fading.
The result: a very good result for a peat release of this particular distillate. The aroma is constantly developing giving out new tones in the process of tasting. The level is absolutely not inferior to the base Ayla peat-legends, although the style here is different, very pleased with the coffee and chocolate note, probably this is a feature of this mold!