on the iodized smoke and tangled smoke (it is very fine fleeting even, and it must be given air time!), candied oranges, vanilla and fresh leather.
on the cold, dry smoke that comes out (like a ben nevis OB actually in my opinion), it's soft on the palate, vanilla, woody back, a little leather, milk chocolate, orange and sweet spices , walnuts, or rather walnut oil, a little floral at last.
quite long, simple with the same aromas, smoke still present at that time that of a fleeting and very fleeting Scapa, vanilla, little sherry in fact seen the other Couvreur.
A rather surprising, confusing, very fine dram where the specific markers are a little undermined, where the oily and vanilla, iodized sensation comes before the macerated and candied fruits, a good de facto alternative !!
in short, I go up one point finally even if I remain an eternal novice!