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Nose: I like this kind of peat, it’s warm, earthy and not at all loud. Lots of tobacco notes, sweet almonds and hints of vanilla. Subtle floral overtones and zingy lemons. Hints of overripe yellow apple as well. Nice farmy touches in the background (after all Dufftown is closer to Brora than it is to Islay).
Mouth: sweet smoke, like sugared Lapsang tea, alongside earthy and lightly bitter elements (cloves, charred wood, smoked oranges). Hints of crème brûlée, honey and still a floral edge (bergamot perhaps). All-spice, a little liquorice.
Finish: long, soft and smoky, with drying tea, cocoa and cereals.