Aroma: first, as it is not surprising, there is some kind of a mixture of ripe sweet fruits, then smoke of a fire mixed with prunes and dark raisins, oak bark, freshness, a little mint, coal dust, chalk, vinegar, not alcoholic.
Taste: sweet, smoked bacon, prunes, raisins, marmalade, all that was lying in the smokehouse and well smoked, a little minerality.
Finish: long, damped firewood, ashen, sweetness, hints of pine needles and flavored pipe tobacco.
Bottom line: a little more interesting than his fellow Machir Bay, well done, especially pleased with the very long finish. But whisky is only 5 years old, not bad! For interest, Ugadale poured himself a little, and here, of course, everything became clear ... Kilkhoman looked like a poor relative in the background, and the price is not very different, and perhaps better to throw a little and get a drink of a completely different class.