Nose: fine malty peat pours out of the glass. An amazing freshness and fruit is clearly noticeable. A fine smoky note fights against the peat. Again, this light fruit. This fruit is just here, then again only sweet malty peat.
Taste: immediately a smoky smoky peat hits me. Short comes some fruit to light before the high alcohol content stuns the palate. After adding a little water, the second sip develops a wonderfully peaty aroma. A subtle smoke is above the peat. An amazing fruitiness fights through the peat and turns the peat into an incredibly soft peat aroma.
Finish: how can it be otherwise, first only this fruity peat. Slowly, some smoke is added. The finish is surprisingly short and fresh. Actually, the finish is already long, with the fruity freshness of the peat of the departure relatively quickly neutralized.