Notes from a blind tasting.
Extremely mature for his age, great thing!
Peat, peat, peat! Laphroaig style, hardly any alcohol in the nose. After a few moments iodine and toffee. A little camphor, sea air, very tender citrus notes and actually coffee! Later, yellow fruits, bananas and apricots are added. It warms up calmer, but also one-dimensional. The sea air stays and becomes increasingly salty. He is sweet, salty and harmonious now.
Jo, he is strong and impetuous. In addition, very sweet and a little metallic, which does not really bother in the smoke. Peat and block malt with sorrel.
Sounds more like the sour notes, the sweetness is quite fast. The peat smoke is expected to last a long time.