Smoky nose. On the palate the smoke continues, like a beach fire, along with some mild sweetness and other dimensions in small amounts. Finishes the same at length. Not a lot going on besides the smoke.
n: Salt brine, peat smoke, warm malt, and charred paper.
t: Very maritime: smoked salmon and seaweed paper. Brown butter and ashy peat, dry lemon soapiness to the taste in the middle that I don't find pleasing. Thin mouthfeel. The finish is quick - salty wood and dry. Smoked sea salt and paper ash are the main components here, quite sharp and disjointed. [C/C+]