TASTING NOTE (LMDW): Color: old gold with amber highlights. Nose: full- bodied, full of emotions, honeysuckle, lichen, walnut husk, salt, iodine, moist, moist soil, cardamom, dandelion flowers, etc. All these perfumes flirt constantly with the peat without ever getting in. Decidedly, Bunnahabhain is one of the few single malts to be able to achieve this feat. Palate: firm and yet unctuous. Bis repetita, the harmony is perfect: olive oil is spread on a thin slice of smoked bacon while green licorice coats exotic fruits (pineapple, persimmon), white (pepper, peach) and dry (almond, date) Inlaid (purple lilac, violet), it becomes more and more praline and vanilla. Final: long, serene. A smell of Havana smoke comes to titillate the taste buds and infused plants (laurel, spearmint, chamomile) coat the palate with their fluffy and creamy tannins. Again, the charm of Bunnahabhain operates thoroughly. The retro-olfaction is spicy (saffron) and salty and the glass is empty chocolate and malty.