Nose - Faint slight peat, strawberries, vegetal notes, sweetness, malt barley, light florals, anise. Palate - Peat/smokiness is there, but still very faint, black pepper, dark chocolate, thin mouth coat (probably due to ABV), decent legs though...Sherry not as detectable. Spice level is nice. Finish - Red licorice and buttered popcorn, with slight mint. After water - lessened notes potency, no enhancements.... Worth initial 45-50 buck prices for something different that the typical Ardbeg 10, but NOT secondary market prices at all. I was lucky not to overspend on this one.
50.0 USD per Bottle