Aroma: iodine, seaweed thrown on the beach and dried in the sun, caramel, honey, decaying bonfire, sweetness of dates mixed with smoke, dried fruits, cardboard.
Taste: honey, caramel with salt, dried fruits, smoked meats, bitterness from grapefruit and some delicate white pepper.
Finish: sweet compote of dried fruit, ashen, slightly citrus peel, shorter than average.
Bottom line: for the new DF line, a quite good initial level has been set, all the more, the age indication has pleased! Bouumo is not as extreme as its southern neighbors on the island, but it has its own recognizable face. The sherry influence here fit in quite well, added a certain zest, but some whisky is too simple, especially the taste and finish is a bit short. In general, a good base Islay molt, with sherry influence, for its price.