A very balanced and bright mole with a great taste and smell. Very surprised bacon and fat, I did not think that whisky can contain such tones. At first, I thought it was the smell of bacon or raw pork, but then I realized clearly that it was a classic salted lard without spices. This delighted me! Before that, I drank a few other drams, but only this Lafroug slept all the fruit flies in the house - the sweetness was beating the key (or something else that attracted these insects), although for Ayla this is not so characteristic. In general, the theme of fruit flies and whisky is a separate topic, since this phenomenon is worthy of a separate study :)
Peat, smoke, for the first time I meet a mole, in which you can feel so much fat in the smell!
Burnt boards, medical tones, very salty and at the same time very sweet, honey bacon, slightly overcooked greasy shish kebab.
Long, bright, smoky, sweet.