1. smoke, ash, phenol, salt, maritime (seaweed, seawater), tar, fruit, sweetness, citrus flavors, herbs
2. Medical smoke, clearly phenolic, cold ashes, strong sea flavors, but also warm tar paper (although the whisky is rather "cool"). Fruit is clearly visible behind the smoke and other heavy aromas, green apple and lemons. The herbs remain indefinite and disappear quickly. 3. On the Scottish coast, Hebrides, a small harbor, early in the morning, it's fresh, sunrise. Swinging boats and trawlers, one is already out, on crabbing 4. A young and light (green) whisky, sparkling and exciting
1. smoke, ash, phenol, salt, maritime (seaweed, sea water, fish), tar, sweetness, citrus, wood, seasoning, herbs 2. Also on the tongue medical smoke that hits directly and clouds around in the mouth. Fairly dry and cold ashes, sun-dried seaweed, a good portion of sea salt, lemons and grapefruit (it gets a little tart), young wood, some pepper, mild herbal mixture 3. Lunch at the harbor, Fish & Chips in one hand, Glencairn in the other hand 4. Dry and (sea) fresh, tingling and a bit tart. Still green.
1. And again / still: smoke, ash, phenol, salt, maritime (seaweed, sea water, fish), tar, sweetness, citrus flavors, wood, spice 2. The flavors of the nose and tongue are all still there. Weaker, yes, drier too, but still, still present. So that's how 3. Time to go home 4. Dry and a little bit harsh, youthful and wild