wow! now this is something very new! and it´s good!
curried nuts, kitchen herbs, asian food shop. then it opens up, the curry notes move into the background and it gets fruity.
the peaty notes are very different to what we are used from scottish peat.
neat: despite the high ABV it is mild on the tongue, even soft but still
there is a mighty attack with a bowmoreish fruit and peat mixture.
no, wait, that´s not bowmore there is something bourbonny in the middle. peated bourbon? or is it peated rye? this is nonsense of course but you see it´s hard to describe because it´s so unique.
long, spicy and warming