The range of sensations is varied and multi-layered, drinking is easy and pleasant (he is not very old, I suppose he aged between 8 and 12 years). Torbing up to expectations, Ardbeg knows his stuff. This is truly a drinking experience that must be tried. Resounding.
Vanilla and honey, beautifully peaty, followed by a cherry note. It should be left to oxygenate for a few minutes. More "chubby" than Auriverdes, the Bourbon & Sherry combination is well blended. Very inviting.
Medium viscous, slightly spicy and very smoky. In this case, however, "all smoke and no roast" does not hold up. Lots of meat and barbecue sauce, bitter chocolate and coffee, followed by black cherry and red raspberry. But also sweetish side notes, burnt caramel and acacia honey. Then alternate leather and nut whips. Quality of the distillate as always very high. Spectacular.
Medium-long. The flavors persist well, there are no discordant notes. Licorice is added on the finish, to conclude a drinking experience that leaves you a little so ... like ... can I have more?