Conclusion: a simple, slightly prickly, banal, young whisky without specifying age. Smoke does not hide sharpness very well. The content of phenols, on sensations, is clearly less than that of the whisky producers from the island of Islay. This makes this sample not bright enough, diluted, but memorable, with a twist. Faceless it just can not be called!
Aroma: simple, slightly smoky, citrus and slightly honey, with hints of iodine, spices and black bread.
Salty and pepper nuances dominate in taste, citric acid and phenols are felt in the background.
Finish: medium duration, slightly sharp, dry, fairly smoked, with echoes of black pepper, iodine, salt and rye bread.