Reviewed in my blog:
Mineral peat smoke, along with that sweet peat note in younger Islay malts. Quite malty. Brine. Mulch. Dry wood on the beach. Honey. Ginger. Allspice. Slightly charred brisket. After some glass time some fruits notes come forward, mainly plums, peaches and lychees.
Very ashy. Along with some vegetal peat notes. Green herbs. Honey. Peaches. There’s a somewhat unpleasant bitter note here that’s not so well balanced. Salt and sourdough towards the end.
Long. Leaves quite an oily feel in the mouth. Sweet basted meat. Juicy fruit salad. Salt, lots of salt and some coriander.