n: Floral peat smoke, cinnamon candle, and those orange gummy candies with sugar all over them. An inviting sweet nose with a strong dose of wet ash.
t: Smokey heather with a whole lot of wood influence, then the brine & salt takes over. Bacon fat in bean soup. Surprisingly delicate on the phenols. The middle goes back to an orange citrus wax with youthful sweetness. The long finish is pure wet driftwood char.
More complex and fun than the 10 (and a bunch of other Laphroaigs). This would be great poured on fresh oysters.