A mystery single malt no one knows where is from, but everyone has their suspicions. Even though the identity of the source is a closely guarded secret, it is certainly no secret that this is superb value for money.
Nose: Earthy and young, sulphurous and peaty; lemon and lime cream, some seaweed, some mashed kiwi.
Palate: Very ashy forefront, peat and tar, slight sherry reveals itself. Wax with some aloe and milk. Salt and lemon peel.
Finish: Peat and baklava, and some barbecue sauce.
Overall: A good entrance to Islay Cask Strength whisky- young but complex, worth trying for every fan of the style too.