I like that very well. In contrast to the Laphroaig 10, which I find a bit watery, the Ardbeg has 46% enough Alk. Not to work.
warming, strong medical smoke; buttery; Vanilla and caramel; a light herbal mix; wet, old hay; behind it hide a few yellow apples and apricots; everything is accompanied by a nice lemon candy sweetness; Over time, some greased leather is added
smoke immediately; Oily from the mouth feeling, buttery in the taste; Herbs; damp forest soil; gentle approach of wooden planks soaked in salt water; behind everything again some vanilla and caramel; a touch of black pepper
again the damp forest floor; a little musty; a few old, damp pine needles; old leather; nat. Smoke; quite a long time