TASTING NOTE (LMDW): Color: old green gold. Nose: powerful, voluntary. The first nose reveals a particularly spicy and salty malted barley. With speed, it runs then through fields of peat, direction the sea nearby. Exotic fruits (pineapple, mango), honeys (acacia, linden) and herbs (sage, wild thyme, parsley) give a replica to the spicy and salty notes of the first nose. Palate: firm, dynamic. It begins by delivering many fruits: apple, pear, mirabelle plum, blackcurrant, blackberry, white currant, etc. Tertiary, it evolves on notes of undergrowth (dead leaves, lichen) and citrus fruits (lemon, mandarin). The beeswax affixes its signature, the style Clynelish bursts now in broad daylight. Finish: long, grainy. Malted barley makes a dazzling return, and you can even say that you literally bake barley seeds.This register pastry (sourdough bread, brioche) and herbaceous is then replaced by dried fruits (fig, date, hazelnut Full of vigor, the retro-olfaction is at once salty, liquorice and earthy.Gourmand, the empty glass evokes a candied fruit cake.