The pour alcohol smells fragrant, and the camphor pills are a bit refreshing. The blind tasting is not easy to guess the winery. I wonder if it is the peat peculiarity of the old laphroaig. It is also mixed with iodine, laver, western medicine pills and cold Of incense. Dry in the middle, similar to the limestone and chalk ash commonly found in Caol ila, but fortunately, the characteristics of sherry barrels are added, black coffee such as American coffee, naturally dried plums, and brandy extracted blackthorn. There is neither the intensity of the initial filling of the barrel, nor the lusciousness of refilling the barrel. At first glance, it is feminine, but it has the richness of tar, leather, rubber, and oil. In the end, the woody aroma is relatively dull, like old wooden boards that have been soaked in seawater for years, licorice, and crushed mint leaves with more phytoalkali. Whether it is Sherry or woody, it has the lingering taste of camphor and western medicine Tightly integrated.
Hey? This full cocoa, a long tail with a bit of fruit acidity, and a slight fruity flavor floating on it, are you sure I'm not holding a glass of cold hand? The effect of high-year oak can be clearly felt, but rather than woody taste, it is better to remove the sweetness of Lagavulin's ginseng, plus a lot of licorice and over-carbonized coffee beans. The tannins and the large amount of wood brought by Oloroso barrels undoubtedly show a great damage to the oily feeling, but the rich tar, land and cocoa still give a fat feeling.
Full and strong, general oily, low sweetness, trace tannin, astringent, bitter rhyme.
Long time, 100% cocoa, coffee grounds, tar, ginseng tea, moderate western medicine, fruit astringency.