Cask type: PX sherry cask
(tasting notes from WhiskyFun)
Nose: Cedarwood, waxy, tar and fishnets, crispy with a little alcohol prickle, pungent, stewed fruits (peaches), molasses from the PX casks, cigarsmoke & white chocolate. Taste : Round and sweet peat, very mellow, old tobacco, smoked tea, tastes quite old, typical good combination of peat and sherry. Finish: Medium long, spicy and with a nice salty ending. Balance/complexity : A real Lagavulin cigar malt. Dirk 89, Geert 90, Luc 90, Angus 89, Paula Arthur (Edinburgh whisky blog) - she does not score but likes it, Patrick 90 (average 90 points).