The taste is very intense and needs getting used to. Not everyone likes this combination of flavors. The same applies to the departure.
I do not like Tobermory, I do not like a Ledaig and I do not like Manzanilla sherry, which has put a very clear stamp on this whisky. This whisky did not change my mind. But that I do not like all that is up to me and not the whisky. He is very well done in my opinion and for someone who is looking for such flavors, just right. That's why I give a high rating, although I personally do not like the whisky.
The first impression is very spicy and earthy, followed by herbs, wood, a hint of cherry, some cassis and a hint of lime.
After a while, it gets milder and peach flavor plays into the foreground.
Powerful, sharp on the tongue, oily in texture, chilli, and nothing else at all, then it slowly gets milder with a slightly acidic note, traces of sulfur, the associations of salt, dark oak, some orange
The oak dominates the finish, in addition, repeat the bitter / salty impressions from the mouth, in addition comes liquorice