TASTING NOTE (LMDW): Color: lemon yellow. Nose: full , pulpy. Particularly marine, it is marked by smoked fish, cod liver oil and sea spray, salt then comes in gusts before the peat takes things in hand Candied citrus fruits, white flowers and some fruits ripe trees finally manage to make their way through rushes and reeds.Note, the appearance of a medicinal note (balm). Palate: creamy, oily. Its attack is particularly fruity (apple, pineapple). Very quickly however, the peat resumes right of city. It is even unusually intense for a Caol Ila, moreover, of this age. Fans of thrills will not complain, more and more saline, it takes us to the sea to breathe the iodine at full lungs. Smoked fish is more than ever present. Final: long, invigorating. It is all sails out that she assumes her envy. Peat is still intensely present. However, it has more herbaceous and ashy tones. In retro-olfaction, fresh fruits (yellow melon) and citrus (grapefruit) precede an abundant smoke.