N: Coal and white chocolate, then bitter orange marmalade and burnt wet wood. Develops medicine cabinet aromas and Fishermens Friends, before wet wool, creosote and tarry rope.
P: Initially sweet, then the tarry rope and sooty notes come through along with bitter orange liqueur. Quite palatable for a whisky over 60% abv. Water makes it even more drinkable, lifting the phenols and revealing a liquorice note.
F: Fairly short but very pleasing. Spices and lingering orange notes.