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Peat smoke. Reminds me of a rubber shoe sole of a new shoe. Lemon zest, berries, some butter, vanilla, tar, sea salt, sea breaze, rosemary.
Creamy and oily. Starting with some nice peat smoke that fills the mouth. Tangy and peppery. Some tobacco.
The peat smoke still stays in your mouth, becoming a little dryer. Spicy and tangy. Mouthwatering. Sour. A long aftertaste with some bitter chocolate in the end. Maybe even some bitte oranges. Warming as it runs down the throat.
Neat stuff. Recommended.
Stark i lukten och svår att ta ut lukter då den höga % tar över lite.
Stark direkt i både mage mun och hals,hög % smak med eftersmak som lutar mycket åt peppar.
Pepprig och brännande.
En mycket god ardbeg.
very smoky, very tarry. brine and olives, camphor. a grapefruit in the background. gym socks. initially a little harsh but that´s getting better with some time in the glass.
very smoky, very tarry, slightly briny. it starts almost sweet but getting drier very soon. water improves it still a little and makes it more accessible.
long, smoky , tarry , warming
had it head to head with uigeadaill and I find both have a similar quality though they are different.
heavy peat smoke, sweetness from brown cane sugar, vanilla, tar, rosemary, rose water, marzipane, dark chocolate red pepper, dry bitterness from walnuts, citrus zest, fresh european oak in the background, sour berries, no youth
fierce, smoky at first, then dry, bitter, tangy, pepper and tar again, brown sugar again, espresso, dark caramel, those berries appear again
Smoke, oak, dry, smoked bacon, tar and chocolate again, very long
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