It’s also sort of feels like camping beside a waterfall in forest during autumn.
At 43% abv, this surely have the flavors of a modern cask strength whisky and doesn’t burn your throat. It’s pretty hard to get this kind of balance flavors in modern whisky... shame.
Good ol’ Lagavulin camp fire, perfect amount of peat and autumn ocean breeze with hints of vanilla here and there without overpowering other flavors (not too syrupy). Good amount of dust, iodine, bandages, tar, honey. Strong overripe orange juice. Some floral especially white flowers. The longer it lingers, more tropical fruits appears.
Perfect amount of peat, camp fire smoke, fruits, cough tablet, wet bandage, tea, vanilla, honey, pineapple, floral, dust, sandal wood. That strong overripe orange in the middle, with more floral. That ends with fresh water and campfire ashes something like waterfall splashes over burning camp fire.
Medium, with some cold camp fire ashes, freshness of spring water, and at the very end... hose water?