Quite thin and very restrained, also slightly acidic. The peat is not spread out here and there is a light rubber tone in the glass, which results in a very idiosyncratic combination. Citrus fruits, soft cardboard, salt and quite maritime - a more mineral Kilchoman.
Waxy, spicy and topped with phenols and peat. Fresh, sweet and a bit artificial. Resinous, sticky and bitter-tart becoming. Wood, coal, campfire and bitter tannins with sweet honey and vanilla to finish.
Long - tingly tart and bitter. This is where the rum barrel comes into play - the finish becomes mushy sweet and actually not what we like! Otherwise fading away with the taste notes.
N: 86P / G: 85P / F: 83P