N: Winey (almost like a finish). Lots of tartness from limesmixed in with charred fatty meats and a fair bit of peat in the back.
P: Initially dominated by musty stale notes that were unpleasant. Yeasty/ bready notes come through followed by a bit of spice that disappears quickly. I didnt get much on the finish except for some sulphur/ rubber. B-/C+
n: wet grassy peat smoke, cinnamon candies, and clove cigarettes. Smells of salted ham and a doused paper fire.
t: bread dough that was in an industrial fire with a dose of the sulphur (rotten eggs) that I didn't like. The peat smoke is very subdued and tastes like a wine cask-type finish; it has this weird sour/sweet plastic quality. There aren't too many other elements that show, some prune and seasalt, but the sour note stays through the finish. I kept drinking it to see if I'd come around, but I liked it even less.