Red Stripe: beautiful nose: very big peat, but less on medicinal plants than the usual standard of Laphroaig, iodine and shells (oyster), pineapple, lime. Aeration seems to make him lose his exuberance and make it more austere. The attack is impressive of freshness, here we find the medicinal plants by full boxes! At the top of the juniper, accompanied by a big kick of menthol, then gentian, anise and we detect, as on the nose, a suggestion of lime. The texture is thick and the alcohol well integrated. In the end the dram is transformed and the plants give way to a more orthodox peat (ash, smoke), with a slight farmer side, then a return of this menthol freshness. There is a lot going on here, a very lively dram with which you do not get bored. Thanks to Mars for the sample!