Country: Scotland
Region: Islay
Type: Single Malt
Bottler: Ian MacLeod
ABV: 43%
Score: 87 points

The nose on this no-age-statement Islay single malt is peaty with notes of brine and seaweed, along with heather and dried grass. The taste is thick with a peaty burn at first that fades to briny and grassy notes with a slight tarriness. The finish is ashy and short.