Age: 12 Years Old
Style: Single Malt
Bottling: Ian Macleod
Creamy, medical peatiness, like lint bandages or plasters. There's a good sweetness behind, with lemon bonbons and sponge cake. A bit of spice.
Coal tar soap, and that vanilla creaminess is there, but cut through by a light creosote and some wood.
A little smoke, but relatively light and short.
Good young Islay, with an enticing nose.
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