Overall: Of course Lpah's things from the 60s and 70s, the aroma is very top-notch, but if you don't talk about the aroma, or the aroma only accounts for 10% of your rating, then why would this bottle of Laph lose a lot? ? I don't think so! So I decided to add a point to it privately.
Nose: Refreshing sea salt and fruit opening, the aroma is expressive and continues to rise, citrus, herbs, medicinal materials, mint, and there is a refreshing feeling of a mountain covered with misty woods. The peat comes in the form of a bit sharp but faint, metal, paint (grease), and minerals. There is almost no sense of alcohol, the aroma is balanced, complex, and a very powerful wine.
Drink: The body is medium-upward, almost the same as the smell, and the taste will be clearer, more expressive, and richer. Passion fruit, salty and fresh, beige root herbs, green fresh herbs, very delicious, with a long aftertaste.