I refer to that smell of vomit, that sour note that I would like to know where it came from.
But I love Bruichladdich.
I don't care.
There is something to discover.
Spicy notes in the background, also cereals and a flowery smell.
The wood itself and the smoke hold back elegantly.
Peat then comes in the mouth.
An oily, spicy liquid, bitter wood.
The finish is quite long, the smoke remains.
A malt for the rather cool season ...