This vibrant glass of whisky really took us on an adventure. It's a rare example of a peated Highland malt, and it's going to bring you along for the ride. The aromatics are a bit campfire-like, with a sweet peat overtone, a hint of sweet chocolate, citrus, and spice. There is a through-line of ginger-soy marinated, smoked beef jerky that asks that you accept its placement without judgment. The finish brings along a biscuity character to complement the rest of the flavors. Wildly complex, and a bit different from what you're used to, fans of Caol Ila's malts, and even Compass Box's The Peat Monster should give this a try.