So it's young peat that rocks very hard on smoked malted barley, with nice lemony notes on a rather medicinal peat. Like that to the blind I would leave on a Laffie but some young Laga can also present this type of profile. That's it: smoked cereal, lemon, and peat in all possible medicinal forms: camphor, hospital corridor, tincture of iodine ... Allergic peat will avoid, but in this winter, I appreciates.
In the mouth, it's more manly, if you know what I mean. Finally, there is also what ...
Well, we keep going, smoke malted barley, a little lemon (but less than the nose) and a big peat bobby, full of chimney ash, to finish on a full gentian swig.
Final long, very long, and very smoke, with a hint of salt.
Well, how to say. It is not complex. It's not subtle. It is not difficult. It is not balanced. But it is good. Anyway i like it a lot. A good friend for the winter evenings. I would gladly take a keel or two!