http://kaypingers-whiskyblog.de/frontend/fullarticle.php?id=205 Color: corn yellow
Nose: Round and balanced nose with sweet peat, wet coal, lead, honey and fresh, green flavors of lime. In addition there is malt, caramel, brown sugar, nut liqueur, orange juice and salty maritime hints.
Taste: Quite thick and salty-alcoholic. Much of sea salt, peat, smoky wood, ash, iodine and coal are in the foreground. The notes of orange peel, lime, rhubarb, caramel and honey run a bit subordinate.
Finish: Medium length - sweet, smoky and full of peat and coal. The wood is coming more and more into the foreground. Dry-sweet and with nut notes and wet ash.
Note: The salty-alcoholic tingling goes through the entire taste.
87 points (nose: 87 / taste: 88 / finish: 87)