Peat "à la Laphroaig" then immediately behind, a certain sweetness settles. A little too much, it misses a little kick. Some fruits, a saline touch. After the first sip, the nose changes a lot, and it is not to displease me. I note going back and forth between various things such as pebbles, leather, hot sand, chocolate, vanilla, meat ... A little disconcerting. In the mouth, the firm attack is at the rendezvous, with this time a good dose of salt. The peat is frank, but behind, there is not much. The end of mouth softens very quickly and this impression is prolonged in the final which is of a decent length - thus weak for a Laphroaig. I was reading the selling price of this NAS after tasting. Hum, hum ... A good whisky, but a disappointing Laphroaig.